Washington residents who are teetering on the financial brink are likely searching for viable options to get out of debt. One of those options that might be considered is a debt settlement company.
In a case that could potentially affect Washington consumers as well as homeowners across the nation, recently the Supreme Court agreed to consider a pair of cases involving Florida homeowners who were allowed to nullify second mortgages in a bankruptcy discharge.
Washington residents contemplating filing for bankruptcy may wonder exactly what it means when a bankruptcy is discharged.
Being hassled by creditors demanding money that you don't have is incredibly stressful. Getting behind in your bills is stress-inducing enough without the added hassle of collection agencies dogging you for repayment.