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Many people worry about how filing bankruptcy in Texas will affect their property, and one question that often comes up is, “can I keep my car?” Each state permits people who file for bankruptcy to save certain “exempt” assets when filing, including motor vehicles. In fact, Texas law allows your household to exempt the total value of one car per… Read More »

Foreclosure! Foreclosure is a scary word with scary consequences. A foreclosure occurs, when the bank or your mortgage lender decides to take back possession of the property they are financing due to you, the borrower, defaulting on your mortgage payments… Read More »

When a bankruptcy is dismissed in Texas, the case is closed out without any of your debts being discharged. The dismissal process begins when the debtor, the trustee, or a creditor submits a motion to request a dismissal… Read More »

When your family is suffering from debt and financial struggles, it can feel like they will never end. The fear of losing your home, car, or job can be overwhelming. While many families view bankruptcy as a last resort to get relief from the crippling weight of their debts… Read More »

When your family is suffering from debt and financial struggles, it can feel like they will never end. The fear of losing your home, car, or job can be overwhelming. While many families view bankruptcy as a last resort to get relief from the crippling weight of their debts… Read More »

If you're considering bankruptcy, you may be wondering what it will mean for your finances. How will it impact my spouse? Will it affect my credit score? And will I lose everything if I file? The good news is that, despite what many people think, filing won't ruin your life. In fact, many people don't have to give up any of their assets. As long as you can meet the qualifications and follow the necessary steps… Read More »