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What if I am Being Garnished Without Notice?

What if I am Being Garnished Without Notice? Have you been garnished without receiving notice of the lawsuit? Believe it or not, people call me all the time regarding this issue.  If garnishment proceedings have been initiated against you, but

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Can My Business File for Bankruptcy?

If your business is struggling and you are personally on the hook for your business debts you should consult a bankruptcy attorney to learn about what options may be available to you. Often times if a debtor has a business

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What If I Have Valuable Assets and Want to File Bankruptcy?

Most chapter 7 bankruptcies end up being no-asset cases which means that the debtor gets to keep all of their personal belongings. In a no asset case there are no assets for a bankruptcy trustee to administer and distribute to

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Will Any Creditors Show Up When I Go To Court for Bankruptcy?

If you are considering preparing a bankruptcy petition with the assistance of a bankruptcy attorney or on your own,  in about 30 days after your bankruptcy case is filed you will be required to attend a bankruptcy court date and

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What if I can’t Make My Bankruptcy Meeting of Creditors?

If you have already filed your bankruptcy case, then the next step in the process is to attend your section 341 meeting of creditors. Your lawyer usually attends the meetings with their clients and are available to answer any questions

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Can I Keep My Credit Card Open If I File Bankruptcy?

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, then you may have a few questions. One of the most common questions I am asked is “why do I have to include all of my credit cards when I file bankruptcy, I

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What If I have Car Titles in My Name That Aren’t Mine?

If you are thinking about working with a bankruptcy law firm to file your bankruptcy case, you may want to consider whether you have car titles in your name that do not belong to you. This is a situation that

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Bankruptcy Questions Answered

Recently I joined a bankruptcy website where I submit answers to common bankruptcy questions debtors have. Below are some of the answers that I have submitted. Can my fiancée and I file bankruptcy together? When filing bankruptcy and you are

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Can I rebuild my Credit After Filing Bankruptcy?

Most bankruptcy lawyers can help advise debtors on whether they should in fact file for bankruptcy or whether other options may be more practical. Prior to filing bankruptcy, debtors may still in fact receive letters from credit card companies telling

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