The Debt Relief Resource Center provide information on debt relief and debt relief law, including government acts like the mortgage forgiveness act, the legal processes surrounding bankruptcy, foreclosure and pre-foreclosure law, and laws and regulations that pertain specifically to debtors, creditors, lending agencies and government backed lending. Here you will find an explanation of the options that are available to you pertaining to debt relief law and how to overcome your debt the right way.

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Can Bankruptcy Be Good For You?

For some, the fresh start provided by bankruptcy is a quick path to good credit and a sound financial situation that struggling along under a mound of...

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Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation occurs when an individual takes all of his or her existing credit – which may from several lenders – and pays it back using a...

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Avoiding Debt Relief Scams

Unfortunately there are many companies seeking to make money from those who find themselves in financial difficulties. Debt relief scams generally p...

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Preferantial and Voidable Bankruptcy Transfers

A bankruptcy trustee can recover assets transferred within one year of the bankruptcy filing where the debtor did not get reasonably equivalent valu...

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Bail Out for Homeowners

It should come as no surprise that the "bailout" or "rescue" or whatever you prefer to call it, did not provide any foreclosure relief. Instead, th...

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Bankruptcy Help: Don't Wait Too Long

Many people wait longer than they should before consulting a bankruptcy attorney.  It is one of the most discouraging things about bankruptcy...

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Automatic Stay Stops Debt Collectors

As soon as a debtor files for bankruptcy, the court puts into place an “automatic stay.” This automatic stay prevents creditors from taking any ...

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Dealing with Debt Collectors

A debt collection agency is a company that works on behalf of a lender to collect a debt that has been unpaid.  This might include hospital bills, ...

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Unenforceable Debt

When a debt reaches a certain age, it becomes unenforceable by the creditor. However, this does not mean that demands for these debts will automatic...

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Alternatives to Bankruptcy

Once people are in serious financial difficulties they may feel that bankruptcy is their only option. There are several alternatives that may mean t...

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Types of Debt

There are two types of debt: secured debt, which in effect means that the lender or creditor is entitled to reclaim the collateral in the event of a...

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Common Bankruptcy Myths

Although bankruptcy shouldn’t be desired as a way to get ‘out of debt,’ it is a truly helpful process for individuals who simply aren’t able...

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