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Repairing Credit Is More Important Than Ever!

Repairing damaged credit and improving your credit score is more important than ever. The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") mandates that credit reporting agencies such as Experian, ...
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I Found Mistakes on my Credit Report -- Now What?

There is no doubt that credit plays an integral role in the lives of American consumers. After all, your credit score may be used to determine what sort of interest rate you receive on a car loan or ...
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Common Credit Report Errors

Many credit reports contain errors. Before we can attempt to fix them, we must identify them. Some of the common mistakes that are made by credit reporting agencies are: Reporting information related ...
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Re-Establishing Credit After Bankruptcy Is Pivotal

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy offers a fresh start, a way to begin your financial life anew. To help consumers navigate a minefield of debt, The Woods Law Firm, LLC offers low-cost flat fee Chapter 7 ...
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Filing For Bankruptcy FAQ

Can I keep my property if I file for bankruptcy? Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy enables you to keep all of your property. What happens is, a plan for the repayment of your debts is devised which ...
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