Can the court force me to refinance my home, which would be hard to do because of the amount owed. I have talked with a consolidation company, but I do not feel they are trying to help at this time. I did sign for a three year plan with them ( which is refundable ) to settle all accounts. At this point I have 1148.00 in their account in my name for this. What are the guidelines for income of chapter 7
My wife and myself only
With my retirement and ss, and my wife's ss our total income 38820.00. Most of the debit owed is credit cards in my wife name, but most was actually charged by me or both. Should we file together or separately. If I do not claim social security my retirement is 15432.00 and my wife has no other income.
If you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy what happens to your credit rate
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