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Bankruptcy Chapter 7

Once again, I am a paralegal not a lawyer. So my articles are in no way to be considered legal advice they are legal information only. Let us not forget when a lawyer or a paralegal becomes involved your problem becomes an ISSUE.

To repeat myself, bankruptcy isn’t as bad as republicans and corporations want you to think, Just because you have a bankruptcy Discharge your life nor your financial life are not going to end, Honest. All you are doing is telling the people you owe

I ain’t got it and I can’t get it! So back off and leave me alone!”

You see the goal of all bankruptcies is Discharge. A Chapter 7 Discharge is when the Bankruptcy Trustee (Judge) says you no longer owe the money and or debts listed in your bankruptcy.

SIDENOTE: After Discharge you will have to be careful. You see There is a catch 22. You see according to Federal Law once you get your Discharge debt collectors are no longer allowed to come after you but there are bad debt collectors who will still come after you and if they can get you to pay so much as $1 it become legal to go after you again. I will get into how deal with these greedy idiots in later articles.

So getting back to after Discharge. Within 30days of getting your Discharge you will be able to get a credit cards. There will be Secured and unsecured credit cards offers. Secured credit cards require that you deposit money into a savings account. The amount you deposit in that credit card company’s savings account will be your credit limit. Six months after Discharge you will be able to buy a new car. If you want to buy a new house and use FHA loan, bummers that means you will have to wait a whole 4 years to get your new house.

SIDE-NOTE: This isn’t legal advice, just my personal opinion. After you get your discharge get a secured card that reports to the credit bureau. It will take some looking but they are out there. Warning, most secured credit cards companies report to nobody.

Now, no employer federal or private can fire you for filing for bankruptcy. You can get fired for other reasons but not for bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy Discharge does not mean you cannot file for unemployment benefits or that your payments are going to stop. This also includes social security or any other benefits you might be entitled to. At least not right now with the crazy republicans in power that will change.

The Discharge itself will only stay visible in your records for only 7 years.

If you are worried about the corporations and people listed in your bankruptcy they will get to deduct what you owe them from their taxes. The only thing they will lose is the interest they get to charge you while you struggle to pay off the debt.

So isn’t bankruptcy just going to destroy your life, like crazy republicans want you to think, or is it a chance to start the game over like it was always meant to be. You decide not the crazy republicans.

Next week I’ll talk about a few bad things concerning bankruptcy and the mechanics of how it works.

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