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Get The Answers You Need Now! Our Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys Provide Answers To Your Most Frequently Asked Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Questions! Find Out If Filing For Bankruptcy In Kansas or Missouri Will Provide You With the Debt Relief You Seek.

Can I Qualify for Student Loans After Bankruptcy?

Kansas Bankruptcy Filers Continue Their Educations We are often asked whether filing for bankruptcy will affect a student’s college or graduate financial aid opportunities.  Bankruptcy filers will qualify for some student loans and may struggle to be approved for other loans. Federal loans consisting of Stafford and Perkins loans are awarded based on need and… Continue Reading

Can I Discharge My Traffic Tickets If I File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy In Kansas?

The simple answer is no, but read on. Although Chapter 7 bankruptcy often discharges many types of debts and helps people gain a fresh start. There is a limited list of debts that cannot be discharged. The non-payment of these debts is typically thought of not to be in the general public’s best interest. They… Continue Reading

How Can I Repair My Credit Report And Raise My Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy?

Worried That You Won’t Ever Have Credit Again? It Is Possible, It Is All About Rebuilding! Pay all of your bills on time. You have your fresh start through your bankruptcy filing; now make sure you are making your mortgage, car loans, and/or student loans payments on time each month. These types of payments are… Continue Reading

Will the Trustee Come Into My Home if I File Bankruptcy in Kansas?

Many of our clients want to know when the trustee will come to their home to look over their property.  Debtors filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy are anticipating the trustee coming into their homes to determine what property will be sold during the course of their case.  Our clients are relieved to know that the… Continue Reading

Can I represent myself in a bankruptcy case or do I need to hire a Kansas Bankruptcy Attorney?

We get this question a lot. We know that funds are already tight — that’s why you are considering bankruptcy. So, do you really need to come up with extra money to hire a Kansas Bankruptcy Attorney or can you go it alone? Legally, you can file any case you want to on your own… Continue Reading

What Should I Do If A Creditor Or Collection Agency Starts Calling Me?

Know that there are options available to you — Overwhelming Debt We all try hard to pay our bills and not spend more than we have. However, sometimes emergencies arise. We need expensive medications. A utility bill is particularly high. A child needs money for a crisis. Paying for these things can cause one to… Continue Reading