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Will you want to apply for a mortgage, auto loan, or co-sign for a student loan in the next 18-24 months?
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How would you pay for the bankruptcy?
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Approximately how much equity (the difference of owed amount less value) do you have in your home?
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Your Debt Solution Options

Based on the information provided, here are some of our top options that we think are relevant to you.

Debt Settlement

Debt Settlement is the process of renegotiating your total debt due and agreeing with your creditors on a new payment schedule. Usually, there is no more interest charged once a settlement has been agreed upon.

Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a bankruptcy that wipes away all of your unsecured debt. Student loans generally will not be discharged from any bankruptcies.

Chapter 13

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a bankruptcy that restructures your existing debt, often due to an individual making too much to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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