Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Flexibility in Paying Back Your Debt


There are different types of bankruptcy, and not all of them are for everyone. One type of bankruptcy is a Chapter 13, where you keep your property but are required to pay back all or a portion of your debts over a certain time period, usually 3 to 5 years.

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Anatomy and Costs of a DUI


Most people associate monetary fines and possible jail time as the costs of a Washington state drunk driving conviction. While these may be the two most common costs related to a DUI, you should be aware of many other less obvious costs.

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Strangest DUI Violations


Ever been ‘under the influence’ of alcohol while driving something other than a car? Checkout these wild and strange DUI violations. From dolphin-back to bikes, horse-drawn buggies to golf carts, there are as many moving violation types for drinkers than you ever thought possible.

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Differences Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


The most common types of individual bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. The infographic below gives an overview of the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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Who Should Consider Bankruptcy?


According to recent statistics the average US household credit card debt stands at $15,191. With many families living paycheck to paycheck its easy to see how one minor bump in the road can land a person in some serious hot water with their creditors. Here are statistics, trends, studies and methodology behind the average U.S. household debt.

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