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What is a "reaffirmation"?

May 1, 2012

A reaffirmation is a process by which the person filing bankruptcy signs papers agreeing to pay a debt as if they had never filed bankruptcy. This is done often to allow them to keep a motor vehicle. We will give you complete advice on reaffirmation and whether you would benefit by it.

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