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Blog Posts in 2016

  • Filing for Bankruptcy: What If I Don’t Have Any Assets?

    If you are struggling financially and are constantly being harassed by creditors over your overdue debts, you have likely considered filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a means of relief. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is an invaluable legal tool which allows Americans to essentially push the restart button on their financial situation by liquidating certain assets to satisfy creditors, with any remaining ...
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  • Can I File My Own Bankruptcy?

    In the United States, people are given plenty of control over their own legal proceedings, including the option to represent themselves during personal injury claims, criminal defense trials, and even bankruptcy cases. For bankruptcy filing in particular, working with an attorney is entirely optional. But it is the same “entirely optional” as choosing to bring water for a hike into the desert; ...
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  • Pre-Filing Credit Counseling Course for Bankruptcy

    You must take an approved pre-filing credit counseling course before you file bankruptcy . Your bankruptcy case will be dismissed (ended) by the court if you fail to take your pre-filing bankruptcy course and obtain your certificate at least one day before your bankruptcy case. It is also important to make sure that the pre-filing credit counseling course has been approved by the Bankruptcy ...
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