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Can I Change My Bankruptcy Attorney in the Middle of a Case?

When filing for bankruptcy, most people retain the services of a bankruptcy attorney to assist with the process. It is a wise course of action since bankruptcy law can be complicated. Understanding things like exemptions can make the difference between being able to retain the majority of your property or watching it all be liquidated….

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Can I Get a Small Business Loan After Bankruptcy?

If you own a business and are filing for bankruptcy, you may be wondering, "Can I get a small business loan after bankruptcy?"  For those filing a personal bankruptcy, this is a good question to ask. A personal bankruptcy is not going on the record of the business unless the business is a sole proprietorship….

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Will Filing for Chapter 7 Get Rid of My Mortgage?

When homeowners file for bankruptcy, they are often concerned about what will happen to their home, if they will be able to keep it and what will happen to their mortgage. It is common for us to hear the question, “Will filing for Chapter 7 get rid of my mortgage?” The answer is far more…

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Your Retirement Plan in Bankruptcy

If needing to file bankruptcy, you may want to know what will happen to your retirement plans once you file. Naturally, after working hard for years and adding to retirement funds on a regular basis, the thought of losing those funds to file for bankruptcy can be more than alarming. Hard work and dedication are…

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Should I Delay My Bankruptcy to Include All Medical Bills?

Many people call our bankruptcy law firm wanting to know how to handle current or pending debts, especially medical bills. Understandably, it can be difficult to know when to move forward with a bankruptcy filing. With debts mounting and creditors moving forward on things like foreclosures and repossessions simultaneously, it is best to seek professional…

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Will Bankruptcy Wipe Out Unfiled and Unpaid Income Taxes?

Many people call our law firm and ask questions about bankruptcy. One such question is if filing for bankruptcy will wipe out any unfiled or unpaid income tax debt. The question is a good one since many people have to file bankruptcy, in part, due to tax debt. However, the answer is not one that…

201707.15
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Child Support Debt in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

As a bankruptcy law firm, we know that child support can be incredibly high and make it difficult for people to maintain a good standard of living. If the child support payments make it impossible for someone to keep up with credit card payments and other loans, give us a call. We have the knowledge…

201707.15
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Hiring a Lawyer After Being Injured in Bicycle Accidents

We represent victims of bicycle accidents.  As more people are choosing to be green and bicycle to work or school rather than drive, accidents are becoming more and more common. The roads cannot always accommodate both car drivers and bicyclists. Thus, there are situations where people do not pay attention, obey the rules of the road…

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Multiple Bankruptcy Filings: When Can You File Again?

Clients who file for bankruptcy and have a successful discharge may find themselves in a situation where they need to file for bankruptcy again. However, there are different rules and regulations to consider when filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy a second time. While most people are aware that there is a time…

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What Are Punitve Damages and When are they Awarded?

As an attorney, we work with many clients who wish to sue someone who caused the client harm and, if successful, award punitive damages. Before reaching this step, other things must take place. First, it is important to hire an attorney who can file a lawsuit against the negligent party. The negligent party can be a…