Filing for bankruptcy relief can be an important part of recovering from a financial crisis. It is true that after filing bankruptcy, your credit score will drop. It is also essential to rebuild your credit after filing bankruptcy. Contrary to popular belief, rebuilding your credit score after filing bankruptcy is not impossible, and it doesn’t have to take a long time if you use the right tools.
A lawsuit titled Charvat v. Carnival et. al. claims that Norwegian Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Carnival Cruise Lines gave Resort Marketing Group permission to make recorded “robocalls” offering free cruises. These calls, made between July 2009 and March 2014, violated the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act).
Meeting with a bankruptcy attorney in Minneapolis or St. Paul for a free consultation to evaluate your options means discussing a lot of information. Pet owners often wonder how going through this process will affect their ability to own and care for their animals. Minnesotans of all kinds file for relief from their creditors every year and keep their dogs, cats, and other pets by their side the entire time.
According to an article written by Allie Bidwell that appeared in U.S. News on 23 December 2013 titled, “Is the Private Student Loan Market as Bad as it Seems?”, the author analyzed data from the seven largest private student loan providers. What she found out may shock you. The outstanding balances from the seven largest private loan lenders make up about 6 percent of all outstanding student loan debt.
The Minnesota Office of Higher Education offers the Student Educational Loan Fund (SELF) program to help finance postsecondary education with low-interest loans. The aim of the program is to provide money to students to get a college education. The SELF Loan program is not based upon income levels. This program is offered to those who meet the minimum program requirements and have a co-signer.