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I Owe My Parents Money. Should I Pay Them Back Before Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
I Owe My Parents Money. Should I Pay Them Back Before Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

When people fall on hard times, personally or financially, it is natural for them to turn to family members and friends for assistance. If you have borrowed money from any family members and end up filing for bankruptcy, you may be tempted to try to pay them back first. ...

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