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 I have $85,000 in medical bills, i have paid 45,000 + some credit card debt, should i file bankruptcy?

Answer I am terribly sorry to hear about your situation. Tragically, millions of people in the U.S. have found themselves in severe financial distress due to medical cost and the lack of adequate health i... Read More »
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How to File Bankruptcy for Medical Bills?

According to CNN Health, 62 percent of the U. S. bankruptcies in 2007 involved medical bills. Just six years earlier, the percentage was 46 percent. If you need to file bankruptcy for medical bills... Read More »
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Can you file bankruptcy on medical bills alone?

No, you cannot file bankruptcy on medical bills alone, if you have other forms of unsecured debt. However, if your only unsecured debt is medical bills, then you are able to file bankruptcy.Source:... Read More »
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How to Remove Paid Judgements for Medical Bills From Your Credit?

When a judgment for medical bills is paid, the court reports the payment date on your consumer credit report. It does not delete the judgment from your consumer credit report. A judgment does not e... Read More »
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Can personal property or a paid off condominium be taken by a debt collector to pay off credit card debt in Pa?

Creditors may certainly look to seize/attach your assets of most types to pay the debts you promised or obligated to pay and don't. They also get to recover any costs for having to act to have you ... Read More »
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