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When Could I Be Accused of Bankruptcy Fraud?

Anytime an individual portrays his or her situation to be something it is not, particularly for the purpose of gaining access to certain goods, services or benefits which the individual would ...
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What Happens During a 341(a) Meeting of Creditors?

If you are planning to file for bankruptcy, you may be curious as to what happens during a 341(a) meeting of creditors. The 341(a) meeting of creditors usually takes place between 21 days and 50 days ...
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Can a Creditor Contact Me Once I've Filed for Bankruptcy?

One of the most frustrating aspects of falling behind on your financial obligations or having far more debt than you are able to afford is having to deal with the constant barrage of phone calls, ...
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How Long Can I Expect the Bankruptcy Process to Take?

Filing for bankruptcy is not a decision that should be made without careful consideration. If you are wondering whether or not bankruptcy may be right for you, you may also be curious about the length ...
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When Should I Consider a Loan Modification?

If you are unable to keep up with your mortgage payments, or you are worried about the possibility of defaulting on your loan and potentially losing your home to foreclosure, it may be time to ...
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How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Credit Score?

One of the main concerns people have when making the decision to file for bankruptcy is how the bankruptcy could potentially affect their credit score. In most cases, bankruptcy will not have the ...
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Will I Be Able to Discharge All of My Debt Through Bankruptcy?

The only way to determine whether you will be able to discharge all of your debt through bankruptcy is to have an experienced bankruptcy lawyer review your existing financial obligations and current ...
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I've Been Served a Notice of Foreclosure. What Should I Do to Save My Home?

If you live in the Charlotte area and you have been served a notice of foreclosure, the first thing you need to do is retain legal representation. Hiring an experienced bankruptcy attorney from our ...
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How Do I Decide Between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13?

If you have made the decision to file for bankruptcy in North Carolina, you may be wondering whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is most appropriate for you. While both debt relief solutions would allow ...
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Saving Your Home Through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Are you in danger of losing your home in North Carolina? If so, it is imperative that you act quickly to discuss your options with a Charlotte bankruptcy attorney at Love & Dillenbeck, PLLC. While ...
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How Can I Restore My Credit Score after Bankruptcy?

It is important to understand that repairing a damaged credit score may take time and patience. Just as your bankruptcy didn't happen overnight, it's impossible to fix your credit right away. ...
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How Does the FDCPA Protect Me as a Consumer?

Many people believe that if they owe a creditor money, they have no rights or authority to protect themselves. In 1978, the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was passed to prevent ...
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Sean Dillenbeck is Featured on Charlotte View Internet Radio

The legal team at The Law Offices of Love & Dillenbeck, PLLC is proud to announce that Attorney Sean Thomas Dillenbeck was recently featured on an internet radio station, Charlotte View. While on ...
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What are the Do's & Don'ts of Filing for Bankruptcy?

While it has become more and more common for families to file for bankruptcy in recent years, many people still don't know the basic do's and don'ts. There several things you can do to ...
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How Do I Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Not too long ago, it was entirely up to a bankruptcy judge to decide who would qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This meant that some people were allowed to file for Chapter 7, even though they could ...
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How to Prevent Wage Garnishment

One of the most difficult things to do, especially after you have gone through a major life change such as the loss of your primary source of income, a serious medical emergency, or a divorce, is to ...
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Will Bankruptcy Get Rid Of All My Debts?

After you've taken a means test to determine whether or not you qualify for bankruptcy, you and your Charlotte bankruptcy lawyer will need to decide if it would be better for you to file for ...
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How Do I Know If I Am Eligible To File For Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is one of the ways that an individual, who is facing serious financial hardship, can get relief from their debts and get a fresh start on the road to financial freedom. Not everyone is ...
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North Carolina Court of Appeals Says that Mortgage Transfers Must Be Endorsed

In the case of In Re Bass, the North Carolina Court of Appeals upheld a trial court's ruling that denied Wells Fargo's foreclosure action because the original mortgage lender (Mortgage Lenders ...
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Foreclosure Fraud: Important Documents

If you have an appointment for a foreclosure fraud consultation, there are some documents that are integral for determining the strength of a foreclosure defense. Mortgage documents and deeds can be ...
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The Danger of Debt Consolidation Companies

A good number of people who come to see me about the possibility of filing for bankruptcy have been victims of debt consolidation companies. To be more exact, many persons who would like to try and ...
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How to Handle Non-Dischargeable Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

If you have non-dischargeable tax debt and are considering bankruptcy, it's important to realize how those tax debts will be treated in either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 proceeding. In a Chapter 7 ...
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Protecting Yourself from Creditor Harassment

Often times, people in debt are too ashamed or embarrassed to realize that creditors (in an effort to contact people for purposes of collecting a debt) have rights and standards they must abide by ...
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The Key to Fighting Foreclosures in North Carolina

The biggest mistake many North Carolina homeowners wishing to fight against a home foreclosure make is waiting too long to see an attorney or otherwise take action. North Carolina is a non-judicial ...
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Discharging Student Loans in Bankruptcy

In order to discharge student loans in Bankruptcy, a debtor most prove that remaining obligated for the student loan post- Bankruptcy would pose an undue hardship (11 U.S.C. 523(a)(8). Naturally the ...
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