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Our Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

March 20, 2020

Morgan & Morgan is adopting the following policies regarding the COVID-19 outbreak in order to keep our clients and staff safe and healthy: We are currently open and available by telephone and email All appointments…

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How secured credit cards can help you build your credit

March 10, 2020

In the personal finance world, the words “credit card” often carry a negative connotation. Indeed, credit card debt is one of the top-cited reasons why people file for bankruptcy. Still, credit cards can actually be…

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Explaining the process of a Georgia home foreclosure

January 17, 2020

When someone is unable to continue making their mortgage payments, the lender can force the sale of the home through a Georgia home foreclosure. Each state has different laws governing home foreclosures. In Georgia, the…

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Who will know if I file for a Georgia bankruptcy?

January 7, 2020

Privacy is important, and many people may not want their friends, family members or coworkers knowing about their financial situation. This is especially likely to be true if someone is considering filing for bankruptcy. However,…

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Our Response to the COVID-19

Our Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

Morgan & Morgan is adopting the following policies regarding the COVID-19 outbreak in order to keep our clients and staff safe and healthy: We are currently open and available by telephone and email All appointments…

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terrified of collection calls

Terrified of Collectors? Easy Ways to End the Conversation

Nobody likes receiving phone calls from bill collectors, but if you owe money to a creditor and it’s past-due, there’s a good chance you’ll soon be harassed by bill collectors — if you haven’t been…

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man scared of his bank statement

Scary Bank Statements – Control of Your Spending

Credit card bills and bank statements got you spooked this Halloween season? If so, then it might be time to explore tips for reducing your spending and paying down your debts. It’s easier (and less…

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What Happens to my Debt When I Die?

What Happens to my Debt When I Die?

Debts are such an ingrained part of our daily lives that we’ve learned to accept them without thinking about it too much. We pay our credit card bills and write a check for the car…

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Social Security

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Social Security

Applying for Social Security benefits can be a little bit complicated when if you are a veteran with PTSD. You should understand what PTSD is and see a doctor if you believe you may suffer…

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What is Strategic Bankruptcy?

What is Strategic Bankruptcy?

When many people hear the word bankruptcy, the first thing they think of is fear and despair. While the aftermath of bankruptcy will result in a period of change, it doesn’t have to be synonymous…

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Social Security Savvy: Can I Work While Receiving Disability Benefits?

Social Security Savvy: Can I Work While Receiving Disability Benefits?

Thanks to modern medicine and aid programs, many people with disabilities have no trouble living happy, fulfilling lives. Social Security helps those with disabilities overcome financial and physical challenges. This is a boon not only…

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Mediterranean Mayhem: Understanding The Greek Crisis

Mediterranean Mayhem: Understanding The Greek Debt Crisis

International finance may be Greek to you, but national bankruptcies are surprisingly similar to personal ones. To understand the current financial crisis in Greece, it helps to think of the Greek nation as an individual…

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Limelight Liquidation: 5 Shocking Celebrity Bankruptcies

Limelight Liquidation: 5 Shocking Celebrity Bankruptcies

From commercials to movie cameos to the many perks of fame, celebrities have no shortage of opportunities to make and keep money, yet many manage to go broke anyway. Dozens of stars have fallen from…

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Bankruptcy Glossary

Read This: Bankruptcy Glossary

Even the most responsible borrowers can’t always repay their debts, so if you plan to start a business or obtain a mortgage, make sure to have an exit strategy. Bankruptcy can provide a way out…

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