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The Automatic Stay and Repetitive Filings
The Automatic Stay and Repetitive Filings

Normally, the bankruptcy automatic stay goes into effect immediately upon filing the bankruptcy case. This automatic stay prevents most attempts to collect on debt and also is effective in stopping garnishments, frozen bank accounts, and harassing creditors. Problems arise, ...

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Blog posts in March, 2013

  • The Fair Credit Reporting Act

    The Fair Credit Reporting Act is legislation originally passed in 1970 that is designed to promote and further the accuracy, fairness, and privacy of ...

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  • The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Part III

    We complete our discussion on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act today by beginning with the information that every debtor is really looking for: ...

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  • The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Part II

    We continue our discussion on the FDCPA by focusing on what debt collectors can do under the statute. This is conduct that is permitted by the statute ...

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  • The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Part I

    The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a federal statute originally signed into law in the late 1970s that is designed to provide protection to ...

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  • Improving Your Credit Report

    Improving on credit post-bankruptcy and improving on your credit report are two separate things. Dealing with information on your credit report is ...

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