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  • How to Save for Christmas Early
    How to Save for Christmas Early

    Now that it’s December, we’re deep in the middle of the holiday season and as bankruptcy attorneys, we can’t help but think about the number of debtors who will be putting Christmas gifts on credit ...

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  • Should I Get a Secured Credit Card After Bankruptcy?
    Should I Get a Secured Credit Card After Bankruptcy?

    After a bankruptcy , it’s not only a good idea to get a credit card to start rebuilding your credit , it’s absolutely necessary. Unless you start rebuilding your credit, it will be difficult, if not ...

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  • Should I File Bankruptcy if I'm Expecting an Inheritance?
    Should I File Bankruptcy if I'm Expecting an Inheritance?

    Let’s say you’re expecting an inheritance in the near future; however, you’re in a tight spot right now. Expecting an inheritance is great and you’re very fortunate to have someone special bestow ...

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  • Why Not File Bankruptcy?
    Why Not File Bankruptcy?

    We meet with a lot of people who think bankruptcy is their best option and rightfully so, but bankruptcy is not for all debtors in all situations. Truthfully, with the majority of people we meet, ...

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  • Will I Lose My Car if I File a Chapter 7?
    Will I Lose My Car if I File a Chapter 7?

    A lot of debtors who file Chapter 7 bankruptcy are behind on their rent or mortgage. They’re 30, 60, or 90 days late on their credit cards. Their utilities are close to being shut off by the utility ...

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  • Can Federal Student Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?
    Can Federal Student Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

    Do you presently have federal student loan debt hanging over your head? If you’re already having a cash flow problem that’s affecting other debts, you could be wondering, “Can federal student loan ...

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