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Bankruptcy
Divorce & Bankruptcy
Are you unsure whether it’s better to file for divorce or bankruptcy first? The decision between Divorce & Bankruptcy can be complex, and several factors should be considered to make an informed choice. Proper planning can make both your bankruptcy and divorce proceedings smoother and less expensive. Here’s what you need to know about navigating...
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Bankruptcy & Tax Debt
Basics of Bankruptcy & Tax Debt The federal bankruptcy laws can protect you from creditors and relieve you of many debts. Tax debt is handled differently than other types. Taxes are often referred to as “non-dischargeable priority debts” in bankruptcy. This means that bankruptcy will not eliminate the debt, and repayment takes precedence over claims...
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Individuals
Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as a “wage earner’s plan,” provides a financial lifeline for individuals with regular income who find themselves in over their heads with debt. This chapter of the Bankruptcy Code offers several unique benefits that help individuals manage, and ultimately overcome, their debt burdens. BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION NOW! What is...
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Bankruptcy After Divorce
How Do You Handle Bankruptcy After Divorce? Many people find themselves in financial trouble after a divorce. Sometimes, the income of a couple is sufficient to support a household. However, when they live separately, it’s difficult to get by. The financial burden of a divorce agreement can be too great for some people. Our firm...
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Positive Aspects of Bankruptcy
Positive Aspects of Bankruptcy: Embracing Financial Relief and Renewal In today’s complex financial landscape, bankruptcy often carries a stigma of failure and financial ruin. However, it’s important to recognize that bankruptcy can offer significant benefits and serve as a viable solution for individuals and businesses facing overwhelming debt. BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION NOW! A Bankruptcy!...
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File Bankruptcy
Why Do People File Bankruptcy? For What Reason? Bankruptcy is pursued for various reasons, each unique to the individual’s financial circumstances. People may consider filing for bankruptcy due to financial hardship, overwhelming debt, or the need for a fresh financial start. When faced with insurmountable debt, individuals may seek relief through bankruptcy proceedings. But what...
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Types Of Bankruptcy
Understanding the intricacies behind bankruptcy can be difficult for anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation. Although many people fear bankruptcy, it can serve as a means to recover financially and take control of one’s financial standing. This comprehensive guide demystifies bankruptcy and its many facets, including the different types of bankruptcy, the filing...
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How Much Does It Cost to File Bankruptcy
How much does it cost to file bankruptcy? Although bankruptcy is a viable option for overwhelming debts, it does come with its own costs. You will not only pay for the short-term cost of filing bankruptcy and hiring an attorney but also have to deal with the long-term financial consequences. Attorney fees range from $750...
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What Is Wage Garnishment
When a court orders wage garnishment, it means that your employer will withhold a certain portion of your pay and send it to your creditor until you have paid your debt. What is wage garnishment? Wage garnishment is often used to pay for child support, student loans, and consumer debts. You will have your wages...
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Wage Garnishment Attorney
If you owe money to a creditor, they can obtain a court order for collection, typically through wage garnishment. Creditors who have the authority to garnish your wages can take a significant portion of your earnings, leaving you with little to spend. However, you can prevent this by hiring a wage garnishment attorney to stop...
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