However, if you have a significant amount of debt, bankruptcy may be the best option for you.
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Many clients who file for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection have already tried unsuccessful Credit Repair, Debt Consolidation and Repayment plans and programs.
This is because the credit card companies and other creditors continue to report your payments as late and delinquent for years.
In many cases, it is simply better to file for bankruptcy and then start building your credit again immediately.
Frequently, a life or wage change upsets and terminates the plan or program after thousands of dollars have been wastefully paid.
Chapter 13 lets you repay some portion of your debts, and causes forgiveness of the rest.
If you fail to make the loan payments, the creditor can repossess the collateral.
An unsecure loan, on the other hand, doesn’t require any collateral.
You can consolidate your debt through either a secure or unsecure loan.