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Upsolve helps you get a fresh start for free through bankruptcy. Our free web tool helps you generate your bankruptcy forms in three hours. Since 2016, we have helped more than 3,000 families erase their debt and get a fresh start. Learn more about our nonprofit and what we do.
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This guide aims to provide that tactical advice for college students, focusing on the really unique advantage we have of still being in school. This guide also has a social bent, as I had the chance to talk with countless social entrepreneurs during the course of writing it.Read More →
Optionality is a dangerous drug. The risk of closing down a door you’ll likely never walk through is the price of discovering something you love.Read More →
Unfortunately, no. Upsolve's free tool helps you file bankruptcy on your own but it can't help you discharge a student loan.Read More →
Unfortunately, due to limitations in our software, Upsolve cannot assist couples with a joint filing. But, you can use Upsolve to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy without your spouse.Read More →
*__Unfortunately, No__*. Upsolve can help debtors file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy but we are unable to help debtors with adversary proceedings or other related filings.Read More →
Unfortunately, Upsolve is unable to help homeowners and owners of mobile homes or manufactured homes at this time.Read More →
There are six pre-filing steps, and we will guide you every step of the way.Read More →
Screen individual who calls for the following ten criteria. If they pass, let them know they can go to Upsolve.org to produce their paperwork and file their forms. If you have attorney resources, you can let the individual know that after they’re done preparing their forms with Upsolve, they can come back to you to get the forms reviewed.Read More →
As a small nonprofit we sadly don't have the resources to be able to provide phone or other live support. If you are a current user and need to get in touch with us, please please visit help.upsolve.org and use the "Submit a Request" feature in the top right corner to send us a message and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have general questions about filing bankruptcy, feel free to visit our Learning Center any time to find out more about the process and what to expect.Read More →
No, Upsolve is not the same as DebtorCC. Upsolve is a legal aid nonprofit that helps low-income Americans get Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief without an attorney. DebtorCC is a government approved credit counseling company that offers the required pre- and post-filing bankruptcy courses to folks in all 50 states.Read More →