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  • No ‘Shame’ in Filing Bankruptcy
    No ‘Shame’ in Filing Bankruptcy

    We’ve seen it at our firm over and over again: A client comes to us and they feel ashamed about wanting to file bankruptcy. Somehow, they believe there is a stigma about filing bankruptcy and they ...

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  • Do I Give Up Anything if I File a Chapter 7?
    Do I Give Up Anything if I File a Chapter 7?

    If you’ve done any research about Chapter 7 bankruptcy , you may have read about how the bankruptcy trustee gathers the debtor’s non-exempt assets, liquidates them, and uses the proceeds to pay off ...

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  • How to Avoid Overspending Post COVID-19
    How to Avoid Overspending Post COVID-19

    Are you filling up your tank once or twice a week? Nope. Are you eating out like you used to? Nope. Are you going to the movies? Nope. Are you shopping at your favorite stores every weekend? Nope. If ...

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  • Will Americans Receive Another Stimulus Check?
    Will Americans Receive Another Stimulus Check?

    As of April, the unemployment rate in the United States rose to a record high of 14.7%. In response, the House of Representatives was expected to vote on Friday, May 15 on a second coronavirus relief ...

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  • Should You Take Money Out of Your IRA to Pay Off Debt?
    Should You Take Money Out of Your IRA to Pay Off Debt?

    If you’re getting deeper and deeper in debt by the day, the funds sitting in your IRA may be looking pretty good right about now. Perhaps you have big medical bills, thousands in credit card debt, ...

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  • Is My Spouse Responsible for My Debt When I Die?
    Is My Spouse Responsible for My Debt When I Die?

    If you’re like most people, you dislike contemplating your own death. So many people find the thought of dying morbid, that’s why it’s common for people to avoid visiting with an estate planning ...

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