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July 2018 Archives

Should I reaffirm the loan on my car?

From the moment you began to consider filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Ohio, you have had reservations because you worry about losing your transportation. Right now, you have a nice car, although you do have a loan and payment. The vehicle is not eligible as an exemption, though, and if it is liquidated, you may not be able to get another one as reliable without a high interest rate. Fortunately, you may be able to keep the car - as long as you are willing and able to keep making the payments.

The Ohio homestead exemption may allow you to keep your home

At Debra Booher & Associates Co., LPA, in Ohio, we understand that worries over housing may be a major concern for anyone considering filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy. After all, if you lose your house, you must find a new place to live and move during a time when you are already struggling. You may be able to forego this stressful experience and keep your home, though, thanks to the Ohio bankruptcy homestead exemption.

Will my ex’s bankruptcy affect me?

Financial problems are common contributing factors in a divorce. If a couple is already struggling financially before a breakup, bankruptcy might seem like the best option before, during or immediately following a divorce.

What are the benefits of filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

You have run into some problems with being able to make your mortgage payments on your home. After much consideration and visiting almost every other alternative, you have recently started to consider filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, you are hesitant because of the often-negative imagery that is associated with a bankruptcy filing in Ohio. Now, you are wondering if there could possibly be any benefits to making this decision. 

New game show’s grand prize? Paying off your student debt

The student debt problem in America is heading to prime time. On TruTV’s new show “Paid Off,” contestants will play for a chance to wipe away their college loans. In its own darkly comedic way, this new show is poking fun at a serious issue facing millions of people in the U.S.

Understanding what to do if your employer files for bankruptcy

You have been suspicious of the financial security of your employer for quite some time and have begun to look elsewhere for employment. However, nothing could have prepared you for the bombshell when you arrive at work and find out that your employer has filed for bankruptcy and will be liquidating its assets over the next several months. At Debra Booher & Associates Co., LPA, we have helped many people in Ohio to cope with the consequences that come as the result of having to file for bankruptcy. 

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