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What Is The Income Limit For Chapter 7 In Wisconsin?

When you’re in financial distress, you may begin to consider your bankruptcy options. Maybe you’ve heard that Chapter 7 completely eliminates all unsecured debt and leaves you free to rebuild. That’s true. You may also have heard that it is only available to some people, that there’s an income limit that you cannot cross. Chapter […]

How Long Does Bankruptcy Take in Wisconsin?

When your financial situation is dire, you’re looking for solutions, and you need them quickly. You might think that the bankruptcy process is just too long and cumbersome to provide the kind of relief you need right away. While there are a number of steps that you need to go through, that doesn’t necessarily mean […]

What Happens When You File Bankruptcy?

With the COVID-19 relief ending, you may be discovering that your debt obligations are still there whether or not you are in a better position to deal with them. In fact, they may be looming larger than ever before. If that is the situation you find yourself in, you may be seriously considering filing for […]

Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy

When you declare bankruptcy, you are able to eliminate or diminish your debt, but it does leave its mark. Any credit cards you have when you file for bankruptcy will be unavailable to you, and the bankruptcy stays on your credit report for 7 to 10 years. That doesn’t mean that you are doomed to […]

Key Considerations of Debt Consolidation

Do you feel like you’re being nickeled and dimed to death with all of your monthly financial obligations? Maybe you’ve seen ads about debt consolidation where you just pay one time and your debt actually decreases. In this post, we will look at debt consolidation and explore its implications. Debt Consolidation: What Is It? In […]

Ways You May Be Hurting Your Credit Score

Your credit score is important for all financial matters. When you want to get a credit card, finance a car, or take out a home equity loan, your lender will always consider your credit score before agreeing to a loan. And the terms of that loan will also depend on your credit score. If your […]