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Stop Foreclosure and Creditor Harassment

Although bankruptcy laws have changed, the vast majority of people still qualify for protection under chapter 7 or chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. A bankruptcy filing will stop creditor phone calls and harrassment, stop repossessions and wage payment orders and stop foreclosure proceedings against your home while protecting your assets.

If you are behind on your mortgage or auto loan, bankruptcy allows the opportunity to set up a 3-5 year repayment plan to pay the arrearage, get back on your feet, and obtain a fresh start.

Mary Stewart Law is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the federal bankruptcy code.



December 18, 2015BANKRUPTCY VOCABULARY The following are common terms/phrases you will hear during a bankruptcy case. DATE OF FILING:  This is the date your bankruptcy petition is filed. PRE-PETITION DEBTS:  Debts incurred before the date of filing are “pre-petition debts and included in your bankruptcy case.  Note this is not the date the bill is received, it
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May 1, 2015Bill People consider filing bankruptcy when the alternative has become worse. Figuring out if you are at that point though can be difficult. One misconception that makes people hesitate to file bankruptcy is the impact on their credit. An in depth study by the Federal Reserve Bank comparing the credit of people who’ve filed bankruptcy with
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