Should I file for bankruptcy or not?

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Asked at 2012-09-09 02:37:02
I have a mortgage that is behind will probably be repossessed , a personal loan that I am behind and are threatening legal action , a credit card debt that I have not paid in two years , four different credit cards that makes the monthly payments on a car that makes the monthly payments and a collection of $ 500 against me from another company. I am unemployed and only receive 500 a month in unemployment . There is no way I can catch up on debts , it is inevitable that the house will get foreclosed , and I will be sued for the loan . I have no money to pay for a good bankruptcy lawyer .... anyway my credit is screwed for many years. Which is worse ? The filing bankruptcy , or be sued and foreclosed ?
Answer1Sarah Mae B. OquindoAnswered at 2012-09-12 07:51:05
If you can not afford a bankruptcy lawyer , then you really can not declare bankruptcy . You may qualify for a Chapter 7 because of their low income and that is not something that could be done without a lawyer because of the complicated nature of bankruptcy . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If you are already resigned to losing the house , then I would not worry about the other loans . The most we can do is garnish your wages and you do not work will not be able to do that . They can not garnish unemployment compensation, and which is under the minimum income limit to allow though. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Finding a place to live can be a challenge , because no one will rent to you if you do not have a job and you have a bad credit history . Do you have somewhere you can live while you're getting your situation mess? That would be the most important question right now.
Answer2Jim155Answered at 2012-09-21 02:08:04
is better to file bankruptcy when you do that , by law no one has the right to come after you while your registration process . least headaches.
Answer3shubhAnswered at 2012-09-22 09:41:03
s is the best place to ask about this type of life altering question, I think a consultation with the signatures of personal finances in order .
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