Should you sign a reaffirmation agreement in Greensboro bankruptcy?
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When you file Greensboro bankruptcy, you can catch up on past-due debt with Chapter 13 or discharge lots of debt with Chapter 7. With Chapter 7, the process takes just a few months start to finish while Chapter 13 takes three to five years. However, sometimes there are debts you don’t want to include in your bankruptcy. In some cases, you can carve out exceptions, with the court’s permission, and sign a reaffirmation agreement with the creditor. But what if you change your mind?