Repairing Credit After Bankruptcy

Explained By a Kansas City Bankruptcy Lawyer Bankruptcy is a scary prospect for some people. However, fears over bankruptcy are largely overblown and often not representative of reality. Many people assume bankruptcy permanently destroys credit scores. Wrong. You do not have “permanent” credit scores. In fact, you can actually begin repairing your credit soon after …

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Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure?

Our Kansas City Bankruptcy Lawyers Explain How to Stop Foreclosure Our Kansas City Bankruptcy lawyers recently wrote a blog on using bankruptcy to halt certain types of wage garnishments. When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect that prevents creditor collection attempts. In some cases, this may include a foreclosure sale. You …

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Can Bankruptcy Stop Wage Garnishments?

Our Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys Explain Chapter 13 bankruptcy and Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you protect important assets from creditors while discharging debts. However, there are a number of other bankruptcy mechanisms that are beneficial to filers. An automatic stay goes into effect when you file a bankruptcy petition. The automatic stay prevents creditor …

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Understanding the Kansas Homestead Exemption

Moving to Kansas – Unlimited Homestead Exemption Kansas has a very favorable homestead exemption. The homestead exemption in Kansas is unlimited, which means you could own a million dollar home in Kansas and still keep all the equity in your Kansas home even after filing for Bankruptcy protection. Some people want to move to Kansas …

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Kansas Bankruptcy Exemptions

Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys, Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC When you file Bankruptcy in Kansas, you may keep certain property under the Kansas exemptions. The Kansas exemptions are listed below. ASSET EXEMPTION DESCRIPTION (PROPERTY YOU CAN KEEP) HOMESTEAD Real property or mobile home you occupy or intend to occupy to unlimited value; property cannot exceed 1 …

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