Debt Management

  1. Bankruptcy and Your Credit FAQ

    Questions How will bankruptcy affect my credit score? Will bankruptcy ruin my good credit score? And more questions answered more

  2. Student Loans: Cancellation, Deferment, and Forbearance

    If you can't make payments on one or more of your student loans, you may be able to get temporary or permanent relief from making payments. For example, you may be able to defer payment of the loan until later, or in some circumstances, cancel the loan altogether. Learn about your options. more

  3. Car Repossession Laws: An Overview

    If you fail to make your car payments or otherwise default on your loan, you risk having your car repossessed by your lender.   Read on to learn more about how car repossessions work, how to avoid them, and what your options are if your car gets repossessed. more

  4. Credit Repair

    Improve your credit by following the tips and instructions and using the forms in this popular Nolo book. more

Learn how to manage your debts and get back on your financial feet. Below you'll find information on debt settlement and negotation, dealing with bill collectors, repaying student loans, and improving your credit. You can also learn about the different collection methods creditors can use (such as repossession and wage garnishment) and what happens if a creditor sues you.


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