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Bankruptcy and Small Business Issues

When a business fails and needs to shut down, it might be necessary for the owner to file for bankruptcy. This decision may depend on the company’s current assets, the willingness of creditors to work with you and whether you have the time or ability to oversee the bankruptcy process.  Either the business owner or Read More

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Rebuilding Your Life After Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may feel like an end, but it’s intended to be a beginning. Although it may take time, there are many ways for you to begin rebuilding your credit to once again find financial freedom. Although people who file for bankruptcy tend to take an average of 10 to 15 years Read More

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Can Your Car Get Repossessed During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is stressful enough without having to worry about your vehicle getting repossessed. Fortunately, Chapter 13 protects you from collection efforts in most cases, with a prohibition called automatic stay. No repossession at the time of filing If a lender has not yet repossessed your vehicle before you file for bankruptcy Read More

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Understanding the Role of a Bankruptcy Trustee

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy is difficult. If you have worked through other options and obtained an experienced legal opinion, bankruptcy is a good choice for getting a fresh financial start. Once they file, many bankruptcy petitioners wonder what comes next. As soon as your bankruptcy petition and schedules are filed, you benefit Read More

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Considering Bankruptcy When Faced with Overwhelming Debt

With job loss, reductions in work hours and other pitfalls associated with the Great Recession, many Americans find themselves saddled with debt with no clear way out. If you are struggling with debt, what do you need to know? The stigma of bankruptcy has eased in recent years. Corporations and consumers alike have made use Read More

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Is Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Worth It?

Five years after the recession was declared, families and individuals in Florida and throughout the U.S. still find themselves mired in debt. Whether through the poor housing market, job loss, divorce, illness or mounting credit card bills, many turn to bankruptcy as the last, best chance for starting over. Many are also surprised that they Read More

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Understanding Bankruptcy: The Automatic Stay

We talked in an earlier blog about debt collection and what to do if you are being harassed by creditors. If your financial situation cannot be remedied by measures like a consolidation loan, debt counseling or working with creditors to renegotiate debt, bankruptcy may be an option to consider. An important feature of any bankruptcy Read More

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Understanding Bankruptcy: Before You File

We represent clients facing financial difficulties because of a job loss, unexpected medical expenses or accumulated debt that exceeds their ability to repay. Bankruptcy is an option to consider when other debt relief strategies are exhausted. Understanding what bankruptcy can and cannot do, and what is expected of you, is essential. Points to Consider About Read More

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