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4 Sep 2015

How a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help You

How a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Help You
If you’ve decided to declare bankruptcy, finding a bankruptcy lawyer here in Indiana should be your next step. 
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5 Aug 2015

Tips for Credit Consolidation

Tips for Credit Consolidation
Credit consolidation involves combining all of your debt into one loan, giving you one monthly payment instead of several spread out throughout the month.
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3 Aug 2015

Five Tips For Credit Card Debt Relief

If you feel that your credit card debt has grown too large, you can take steps to reduce it. There are several relief options, but all have the same goal: to help you pay back what you owe in more manageable amounts. At Perez & Perez we can answer your questions about each option.
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3 Jul 2015

You’re Bankrupt, Now What?

You’re Bankrupt, Now What?
You’ve declared bankruptcy and are ready to start a new financial life. Your credit, which may have already been shaky, has taken a major hit. While a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for seven years, and a Chapter 7 for ten years, that doesn’t mean it will take that long to rebuild your life. At Perez and Perez in Lafayette, IN, we can help you before, during and after you declare bankruptcy.
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4 Jun 2015

How to Manage Your Debt

How to Manage Your Debt
Most of us have carried some form of debt at one time or another, be it a student loan, mortgage or credit card.   But no matter what your income level is, if you don’t manage your monthly budget, your debt can quickly spiral out of control. 

Ideally, borrowing just what you need and making timely payments will keep you on solid financial ground and help boost your all-important credit score. By always paying on time, you avoid late fees and increased interest rates and finance charges.

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