Preparing For Bankruptcy: What Not To Do, Part Two

Individuals expecting to file bankruptcy may anticipate that soon their problems repaying debts will be solved and financial stability will be achieved. However, some prospective filers, with full knowledge that…

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Bankruptcy: There’s More Than Just Filing A Petition

Bankruptcy can be a complicated endeavor. However, when filed with the representation of a qualified and experienced bankruptcy attorney, it is a relatively simple process that can take as little…

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Most Commonly Used Exemptions – Tangible Household Personal Property

The public policy of bankruptcy law contains the fundamental principle that Americans should have the ability to get a fresh start when burdensome financial concerns become too overwhelming. Any concerns…

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