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  • Obtaining a Copy of Your North Carolina State Tax Returns

    When you are preparing to file bankruptcy in Charlotte, NC, you will need to provide copies of your North Carolina State tax returns. You can request a copy of your State tax returns from the North Carolina Department of Revenue if you have lost or misplaced your State tax returns but you need to allow some time to get them. You will need to mail a written request to: NC Department of Revenue ...
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  • How Do I Pay My Chapter 13 Plan Payment in Charlotte?

    The best option to pay your plan payments is electronically through TFS. To pay online go to to . Click on “Sign Up Today”. If you pay through TFS it will take 5 business days before the payment will show up in the trustee's records so make sure that you pay your plan payment enough time in advance so it posts to the trustee's records in time each month. You can pay through ...
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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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