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Captain Hilts Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-02-10 10:31 AM
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  -Could Your Wages Be Garnished? Personal Bankruptcies Spike marmar  Apr-02-10 10:29 AM   #0 
  - 'Garnisheed'. nt  Captain Hilts   Apr-02-10 10:31 AM   #1 
  - I think the "ee" is only in the present tense  marmar   Apr-02-10 10:35 AM   #2 
  - This term has certainly evolved, hasn't it? This article is amazing. Credit card reform?!?!  Captain Hilts   Apr-02-10 10:37 AM   #5 
  - Actually...  Cirque du So-What   Apr-02-10 10:41 AM   #7 
     - This is a new use of the term. And wiki is dodgy....nt  Captain Hilts   Apr-02-10 10:43 AM   #9 
        - Is the Harvard Law Review 'dodgy' as well?  Cirque du So-What   Apr-02-10 11:03 AM   #16 
  - Not if you don't have any.  notadmblnd   Apr-02-10 10:35 AM   #3 
  - Debtors' Prison  KansDem   Apr-02-10 10:37 AM   #4 
  - $4,097 loan  SOS   Apr-02-10 10:41 AM   #6 
  - What's worse is knowing Congress backed them up by passing their baby Bankruptcy Deform.  closeupready   Apr-02-10 10:45 AM   #10 
  - What's really delicious, though, is how this is now backfiring on them  laughingliberal   Apr-02-10 11:18 AM   #20 
     - Yup. I agree.  closeupready   Apr-02-10 02:09 PM   #22 
  - It's one thing to have a debt. It's another to not be able to get out of it because of a rip off.  Captain Hilts   Apr-02-10 10:46 AM   #12 
  - In my opinion, it makes sense to file Chapter 7 prior to starting a new job,  closeupready   Apr-02-10 10:43 AM   #8 
  - That's exactly right  laughingliberal   Apr-02-10 11:09 AM   #18 
     - Absolutely. Good for you. I wish you all the luck in the world on starting fresh.  closeupready   Apr-02-10 12:37 PM   #21 
  - This is a VERY important topic and I don't want to derail it. nt  Captain Hilts   Apr-02-10 10:45 AM   #11 
  - You can keep your home under Chapter 7, if you have little to no equity in it....  Robeson   Apr-02-10 10:58 AM   #13 
  - Depends on the state in which you reside, doesn't it?  closeupready   Apr-02-10 11:01 AM   #14 
  - You're correct, I should have stated laws can vary from state to state.  Robeson   Apr-02-10 11:02 AM   #15 
     - True. Most BK attorneys are doing free consultations & will explain the laws of the state  laughingliberal   Apr-02-10 11:13 AM   #19 
  - In Brazil, primary homes are exempt from liquidation too. -nt  Commie Pinko Dirtbag   Apr-02-10 11:05 AM   #17 
  - I'm just finishing up filing chapter 7.  frustrated_lefty   Apr-02-10 03:10 PM   #23 

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