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December 2012 Archives

Representative suggests new procedure for repaying student loans

Memphis students continue to graduate with more and more loan debt. Because student loans normally cannot be discharged in bankruptcy and must be repaid, sometimes students may find that they have few options for long-term debt relief.

New task force to reform bankruptcy procedures

Along with people from all over the country, Memphis residents continue to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. However, the procedure for filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be quite complicated, but both the federal courts (that administer the country's bankruptcy system) and Congress frequently attempt to work on streamlining the system to make it more uniform across the nation.

New solutions for student loan debt?

Student loan debt all across the country and right here in Memphis, Tennessee, continues to grow. New estimates suggest that one in five houses has student loan debt over $26,000. As loan debt grows more and more, debt management will become more important in providing debt relief for students.

Students struggle to repay student loan debt

More and more students here in Memphis and across the country are going to college and taking out loans. Unfortunately, many find themselves struggling with debt management. As the student loan crisis continues to grow, people are in search for more options for debt relief.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy can benefit people from all walks of life

All over the country and right here in Memphis, people struggling with debt continue to file for personal bankruptcy. While filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be a difficult and personal process for people, it can also provide a much-needed way out from overwhelming debt.

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