Bankruptcy

Quick Poll - Tell AFS What You Want to Hear

What financial topic(s) would you read about in our blog?

Posted on Oct 02, 2014

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Debt, Depression and Real Answers To Reducing Stress

Sometimes it can be hard to determine what came first; financial problems or depression. However once the debt has become and issue it can increase the amount of hopelessness and anxiety people feel. The good news is, help is available.

Posted on Aug 18, 2014

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Hope for a New Home After Foreclosure and Bankruptcy

Timelines for buying a house after filing bankruptcy or going through a foreclosure.

Posted on Apr 28, 2014

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Know Your Options Before Addressing Financial Problems

Your financial difficulties could already be severe enough that you are tempted to accept the first solution that comes along. However, there are pros and cons to bankruptcy, debt consolidation, debt settlement and most debt repayment options. It is important to talk to someone who knows the ins and...

Posted on Dec 12, 2013

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The Supreme Court Health Care Decision: What It Means to You

From Stacy Johnson, our Partner at MoneyTalksNews The media is talking about which politicians "won" and "lost" when the Supreme Court ruled on health care reform. But here's what really matters: how it all affects you. If you thought healthcare reform was complicated when it passed Congress in 2010, you were...

Posted on Jun 29, 2012

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Bankruptcy - If You Have Tried Everything Else

You have tried talking with your creditors - you’ve tried (and been denied) a loan- you’ve discussed all of your options with one of our Certified Credit Counselors and there seems to be no other option but bankruptcy. While we encourage everyone to seek bankruptcy counseling and avoid bankruptcy, there...

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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What is a bankruptcy and how does it work?

The primary purpose of bankruptcy is to give a person, who is unable to repay their debts, a chance to start over financially. There are two (main) types of individual bankruptcy. Under Chapter 7, debtors are sometimes required to turn certain property that they owned when they filed their...

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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