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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Eliminate Debt With Bankruptcy

April 29, 2013 | Posted in Bankruptcy

One of the biggest concerns that appears during the bankruptcy process is whether or not the filing will affect an individual’s spouse. After all, if the debt is one-sided, it shouldn’t hurt the other, right? Since finances in marriage can be so difficult to navigate, it’s important to seek advice and guidance from an experienced expert. A […]

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Know Your Bankruptcy Attorney

April 26, 2013 | Posted in Bankruptcy

When it comes to filing for bankruptcy you have several choices. You can file it on your own, hoping to obtain a successful outcome, or you can seek the counsel of a Dayton bankruptcy attorney. Experts agree that filing alone is probably not the best idea, as there are several critical aspects of the process […]

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Dividing Debts and Assets In Bankruptcy

April 24, 2013 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

The bankruptcy process is a fairly straightforward process when it comes to debt relief. Where the complication lies is often found when debts or assets are jointly owned. Filing for bankruptcy as an individual is one way to avoid some of the hassle associated with impacting other with your debt relief efforts, but there are […]

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AMR Files Bankruptcy Exit Plan For Merger

April 22, 2013 | Posted in News

Nearly 18 months after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the end to American Airlines debt problems may now be in sight. After obtaining approval to merge with US Airways, American’s parent corporation has filed its final reorganization plan with the bankruptcy court. Step-by-Step   The bankruptcy plan presented to the court late last week outlined […]

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Avoiding Mortgage Debt

April 19, 2013 | Posted in Mortgage

When financial hardship strikes there is no greater fear than losing your home to foreclosure. In many states, this threat can become real in a matter of weeks. While it isn’t always possible to avoid financial hardship from job loss or medical illness, there are ways to protect yourself from ending up in mortgage debt. Prepare and […]

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What You Need To Know About Debt Negotiation

April 17, 2013 | Posted in Debt

Anyone drowning under piles of medical bills, credit card statements or notices of delinquency know just how stressful it can be to find the right kind of help for debt relief. With so many options like debt consolidation, debt negotiation and bankruptcy on the table, how do you know which is right for you? Making […]

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Ohio Bankruptcy Exemption Changes

April 15, 2013 | Posted in News

Contrary to a commonly held misconception, the bankruptcy does not leave you penniless on the street. In fact, the opposite is true. Filing for bankruptcy is a great tool for resolving your debt burdens and even protecting your assets. How is this possible? Bankruptcy Exemptions Bankruptcy exemption laws allow for much of your personal property […]

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Money Matters: Interview With A Bankruptcy Attorney

April 12, 2013 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Many people fear bankruptcy; often, because of misconceptions about the process. As a seasoned Ohio bankruptcy attorney it is important to communicate the realities of the bankruptcy process and review common issues that arise when determining whether the process is right for you. Digging Out Of Debt One of the greatest responsibilities held by bankruptcy […]

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Asset Protection In Chapter 13

April 10, 2013 | Posted in Chapter 13

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you may be wondering which chapter is best. While many people assume that Chapter 7 is the best way out from under debts, Chapter 13 can often offer more benefits. Keeping Your Property When you take out a mortgage or car loan these items are used as collateral […]

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Appellate Court Upholds Social Security Benefit Protection

April 8, 2013 | Posted in News

Laws have long maintained that Social Security benefits are protected from garnishment by creditors looking to collect on a debt. However, a recent appellate court decision upheld that creditors cannot attempt to seize these wages from bankruptcy consumers. Protecting The Poor Last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals handed down the decision that Social […]

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