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April 2014 Archives

Building credit after bankruptcy (2 of 2)

As we began discussing in the last post, bankruptcy can do a lot of damage to a person's credit score and stays on their credit report for up to 10 years. However, the good news is that individuals in Wisconsin and elsewhere can start rebuilding their credit soon after receiving their bankruptcy discharge.

Building credit after bankruptcy (1 of 2)

Wisconsin residents who find themselves in over their heads with debt may consider filing for bankruptcy as a way to clear their debts and start fresh. However, one of the biggest concerns individuals considering bankruptcy have is how it will affect their credit.

Wisconsin company buys three stores from struggling retailer

When individuals or businesses are faced with financial woes, there are many options for reorganizing assets and handling debts. Bankruptcy is one option, but bankruptcy exemption and Wisconsin's alternative Chapter 128 are just two other routes that could be considered. The American TV & Appliance retail chain, which owned 11 stores in the state, opted to file Chapter 128 when it was facing financial issues. The filing let the company liquidate assets and use that liquidation to pay creditors.

Wisconsin diocese faces new bankruptcy objections from victims

In a continuing battle over the Archdiocese of Milwaukee's bankruptcy reorganization plan, a new objection has been filed by legal spokespersons representing victims of sexual abuse. The Archdiocese has denied any accountability in countless abuse claims of alleged victims by clergy and lay people. Attorneys who are defending victims have stated the religious organization covered up sexual abuse and reassigned priests to other parishes.

Good news for debtors: State foreclosure filings are declining

According to a recent survey of court records, the number of Wisconsin foreclosure filings is continuing to decline. In fact, levels during the first quarter of 2014 were at pre-recessions levels.

Study: 1 in 3 struggle to pay medical bills

Having to deal with any type of medical condition can be stressful enough. There can be the worry over not only whatever the medical issue is, and finding the right doctors and treatment, but there can also be a good deal of physical pain that comes with some conditions. Add to this the expense of medical bills and it can at times feel like too much to handle.

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