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How to Dispute Errors on Your Credit Report

August 14, 2011 Brian V. Lee

Federal law allows you to request an investigation of information on your credit report that you feel may be inaccurate. No one can legally remove from a credit report accurate negative information, such as bankruptcy, tax liens, judgments or child [ . . . ]

Bankruptcy and Marriage

September 9, 2010 Brian V. Lee

When a spouse is involved, filing bankruptcy can be significantly more complicated than filing a simple individual bankruptcy. The intersection of bankruptcy and marriage can create complicated circumstances for both spouses. In many cases, a married couple may find themselves [ . . . ]

File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: A Step-by-Step Guide

July 26, 2010 Brian V. Lee

You may be aware that bankruptcy involves a complex set of laws and procedures specific to each individual jurisdiction. Filing for bankruptcy may seem daunting at first. If you are considering filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy in DC, Maryland or Virginia, [ . . . ]

What is Skip Tracing?

May 14, 2010 Brian V. Lee

Skip tracing (or “skiptracing”) is the imprecise and frequently inartful process of locating a person’s whereabouts by whatever means available to the skip tracer. Skip tracing tactics are most often employed by debt collectors, although the methods are also used [ . . . ]

Repairing Your Credit After Bankruptcy

April 28, 2010 Brian V. Lee

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy protection, you have likely considered what effect it will have on your future finances. After all, bankruptcy is a matter of public record, and the bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 10 [ . . . ]

16 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy

August 4, 2009 Brian V. Lee

There are no stupid questions. You probably have very reasonable questions about how filing bankruptcy will affect you personally. Over the years, I have answered many recurring questions. Here are the 16 most frequently asked questions about bankruptcy. If I [ . . . ]

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