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Selecting a Tax Attorney
Selecting a Tax Attorney A tax lawyer is a lawyer that concentrates on taxation issues. Tax law is a field of civil law in which governmental or public bodies, including state, national and local government bodies, employ a body of laws and regulations to legally assess and collect revenues from individuals or organizations for the...
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What Is A Personal Injury Lawsuit?
What Is A Personal Injury Lawsuit? If you or somebody that you love is injured in an accident then a personal injury suit might be your best means of getting the settlement you deserve. You may be eligible to get monetary compensation for medical bills, physical injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering, and property damage....
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Personal Injury Law
Accidents That Can Be Covered Under A Personal Injury Claim If you or somebody that you love is injured in an accident then a personal injury suit might be your best means of getting the settlement you deserve. You may be eligible to get monetary compensation for medical bills, physical injuries, lost wages, pain and...
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living trust
Advantages Of A Living Trust A living trust is a system that’s created by an individual to ensure that there is an easy transfer of assets upon death to the beneficiaries that they choose. Without a living trust, assets are transferred through the process of probate which involves the legal possession of a trust creator’s...
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it’s very important to speak with a bankruptcy attorney to understand the background of the consumer bankruptcy reform act in California
The Effects Of Consumer Bankruptcy Reform Act In California Understanding the CBRA is becoming more crucial for Americans under the Biden administration. The consumer bankruptcy reform act of 2020 is affecting the way that people are filing for bankruptcy especially in states like California. If you’re planning on applying for bankruptcy in the coming year,...
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bankruptcy
Ways Bankruptcy Works For You   Bankruptcy can often be a difficult and sensitive subject. Many people that are considering filing for bankruptcy, they’re willing to hold off because they’re afraid it’s going to damage their financial situation for many years and are afraid of the upfront costs. The truth is that the faster you file...
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How Do You Pay For a Bankruptcy Attorney On A Budget?
How Do You Pay For a Bankruptcy Attorney On A Budget? One of the top dilemmas that prevent many people from seeking help with their bankruptcy is struggling to pay for a bankruptcy attorney. If you don’t have the money to pay for legal counsel in your bankruptcy proceedings or hire an attorney to work...
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Increase in California Homestead Exemption Opens Up Options For Many Los Angeles Residents
Increase in California Homestead Exemption Opens Up Options For Many Los Angeles Residents California has a relatively low homestead exemption that has stood as an obstacle for many residents in Los Angeles to resolve bankruptcy and their debts. Homestead exemptions in the United States are typically designed to protect property in the event of bankruptcy...
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California Law Protects Your Bank Accounts
California law has been an excellent ally to protecting consumer wages from the debt collection process. A creditor can request the chance for wage garnishment against a court order but the garnishment cannot exceed 25% of the total earnings that a debtor has. For many people working today, having access to this protection can be...
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Can I Be Sued For Old Debt In California?
There is a common legal term that you may have heard before called a statute of limitations and this determines the length of time that a person has to file a legal proceeding. In the state of California the statute of limitations on most types of debt is four years with some limited exceptions. Dead...
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$995 Bankruptcy Promotion

Tenina Law is offering a special promotion to certain low-income and/or low-debt clients.  If you qualify for the promotion, a chapter 7 bankruptcy will cost you only $995 plus the court filing fee.  This is one of the lowest prices you will be able to find in Los Angeles county.