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Bankruptcy Misconceptions February 5, 2016

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Bankruptcy Misconceptions, Groton, Connecticut

Bankruptcy Misconceptions

For those having difficult economic times in New London County, Groton, Ledyard, Norwich, Stonington, Montville, Waterford, Lyme, etc. and who need a fresh start, look into Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code, which allows single or married individuals to start over, discharge all their debts 100% and yet still keep everything they own, all for less than $2000.00, and discover that in about two years your credit score will go up substantially.  Even if you think you make too much money to file under Chapter 7, you might be surprised that you still qualify, and even if you don't qualify, you might be able to do a Chapter 13 and pay only a fraction of what you are paying now toward your debts.  You can find all this out with a simple free consultation with Attorney Mark O. Grater, 860-449-8059.

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