Debt Consolidation for Medical Bills, What is the Best Approach?

However, I think that while consolidation or bankruptcy could be helpful, the first step you need to take in a complicated situation like this is to hire a patient advocate or medical billing advocate to make sure that you are getting good treatment and not being erroneously or fraudulently billed.

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Tips for a Financial Spring Cleaning

There are lots of other things you can do, from creating a budget to follow each month to working with a credit counselor or a financial adviser to get your house in order. You’ll feel a lot better and might be in better shape than you thought.

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How Does Bankruptcy Work? Or is Debt Consolidation Better?

Sometimes the New Year wastes no time kicking you right in the butt. For those of you looking at a bleak 2016 because of your financial situation, there are some hard choices ahead as you decide what to do about mounting debt and the havoc it’s wreaking on your life and future security.

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Debt Consolidation Companies: What You Need to Know

Debt consolidation is where a debtor contracts with a third party for a loan that pays off all outstanding balances on credit cards, student loans, car payments, and the like. The amounts vary, but in general these loans are offered for $2,500 to as much as $20,000 or $30,000. This just means swapping a whole lot of smaller debts for one big debt, and different interest rates for one rate and a lower payment.

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New Year’s Resolutions: The How Did I Get In Debt Edition?

Van Horn Law group specializes in personal and corporate bankruptcy, student loan consolidation and litigation, foreclosure defense, and debt relief, among other specialties. We think that everyone deserves fair and affordable representation, and we are committed to getting you the best results possible.

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Things to Consider When Consolidating Debt

Debt can be a crushing burden, particularly when you have multiple bills coming in. Mortgage payments, credit card payments, student loan payments, and more can quickly eat up your paycheck and leave you with nothing to live on.

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