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Privacy considerations in bankruptcy cases

August 31, 2018

Many people facing the prospect of filing a personal bankruptcy are concerned about the loss of privacy that could occur when their financial affairs become a matter of public record. This is a reasonable concern.…

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Can student loans be discharged in bankruptcy?

June 29, 2018

The spotlight on student loan defaults has grown brighter the past five years, yet the ever-growing student loan crisis crippling the financial futures of many students in college and beyond has yet to be solved…

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What is a bankruptcy discharge?

June 1, 2018

When a person files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, their intention is to have as many of their debts discharged as possible. But what exactly does it mean to have debts discharged? When a debt is discharged…

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Do I have to file a joint bankruptcy with my spouse?

January 30, 2018

It is no secret married couples do a lot of things together, such as raise children and pay taxes. Something else they can do as a unit, but do not have to, is file a…

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What Is The Difference Between Credit Counseling and Debtor Education?

If you’re facing a difficult financial situation, there’s a good chance that bankruptcy has at least crossed your mind at some point. Regardless of whether you’re considering filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy…

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How To File for Bankruptcy in Georgia

Filing for bankruptcy in the state of Georgia is relatively straightforward. Follow these steps when deciding to file for bankruptcy, and make sure that you have a qualified bankruptcy attorney handling the case for you…

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The Process for Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not a very complicated process, however, failure to do it properly can make things more difficult than they need to be. A huge bulk of the process involves filing…

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