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January 2016 Archives

Chapter 7 may help lead Tennessee consumers out of debt

Facing financial losses can be difficult for any Tennessee resident. Some may wonder how they will be able to get out from under considerable debt and whether they will have the chance at a fresh start. Luckily, many individuals may be able to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if they wish to explore such an option and work toward discharging debts.

Young Tennessee residents may be interested in bankruptcy

Though many young Tennessee residents strive to make sound financial decisions, they may not always have the means to do so. As a result, they could potentially consider less than favorable options to quickly gain money for expenses. Though auto title loans or pawn loans may seem useful at the time, individuals could risk losing property and facing greater financial hardship. For those facing such difficulties, bankruptcy may be an option. 

Tennessee consumers may search for holiday debt relief

Addressing high credit card debt can be a goal but also an apprehension of many Tennessee residents. During the holidays, it is likely that consumers accrued debt due to the cost of gifts and festivities, and many individuals may now be looking for some form of debt relief. There are some steps that may help in order to handle lower balances, but substantial debt may need direct action.

Tennessee cancer patients, survivors may seek debt relief

Facing a life-threatening disease can be a devastating experience for any Tennessee resident. In addition to getting treatment and fighting for one's life, an individual with an illness such as cancer often faces considerable medical expenses as well. Even if a person is able to go into remission from the disease, those expenses can lead to that individual seeking debt relief for years to come.

Bankruptcy may help with Tennessee student loans

Many individuals may face considerable debt issues after continuing their education. Because college and university expenses can lead to individuals needing to take out loans, paying back those loans can cause substantial issues. However, individuals who are looking to discharge such debt may be able to through filing for bankruptcy and proving undue hardship.

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