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Consider Changing Bank Accounts Prior to Filing Bankruptcy

If you are planning on filing for bankruptcy, you should consider changing banks if you owe any money to that bank.

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Debt Collection FAQs: A Guide for Consumers

If you're behind in paying your bills, or a creditor's records mistakenly make it appear that you are, a debt collector may be contacting you.

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Bankruptcy Misconception #1

Many times clients will say to their attorney (or others) that they not "filing bankruptcy" on a particular debt; they incorrectly believe that if they don't list the debt they can keep the asset (like a car or house), or keep the credit line open (on a specific credit card).

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2nd Mortgage Issues: Short-Sales, Bankruptcy, and Settlement

Financial hardships caused by Home Equity-Lines of Credit along with other second mortgages are not always resolved after a first mortgage loan modification.

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Careful! Are You Being Led Down the Right Path?

Nobody intends to get into debt without the means to pay it off. More often than not, debt accumulates for reasons that are completely unexpected or beyond our control.

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Debt Negotiation and Settlement

Negotiation to settle debts can be an unpredictable process that is influenced by multiple factors - some personal to the individuals carrying the debt, and some specific to the creditor.

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Answers to Common Bankruptcy Questions

A decision to file for bankruptcy should be made only after determining that bankruptcy is the best way to deal with your financial problems.

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Items to Bring to Your Initial Bankruptcy Consultation

While each bankruptcy case is unique, there are certain items that any attorney will need to initially assess your specific financial circumstances and to provide potential solutions.

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Reference Guide to Our Representation Process

Once you have retained our firm by signing our Representation & Fee Agreement and paying the legal services fee, you should: (a) Begin collecting all the documentation listed on our Checklist…

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What Is the Purpose of The 341 Meeting of Creditors?

The purpose of the meeting is to ensure that you have fairly and honestly represented your assets, income and debts in your bankruptcy filing.

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