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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Filing Bankruptcy Before Divorce

September 27, 2013 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

When married couple embark on the path to separate their lives there is much to consider. Custody, finances, living arrangements and the division of assets are all important areas of resolution.  In many cases, having these aspects divided and agreed upon before the divorce hearing can be beneficial for both parties. In the same light, […]

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Your 401(k) In Bankruptcy

September 23, 2013 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Debt is a difficult situation, especially when you lack the means to fulfill your payment obligations. Financial hardship can strike anyone at anytime, and many people do not have an adequate savings or retirement plan to sustain them when money gets tight. If you are considering bankruptcy for debt relief, there are some things you […]

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Green Car Maker Files Bankruptcy

September 19, 2013 | Posted in News

This week, another electric car manufacturer filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Despite the once projected high demand for such vehicles, Ecotality is the third green car part maker to seek financial relief in bankruptcy court this year. While many understand the economic pressure causing profitability issues to this industry, most certainly aren’t happy about the […]

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Wage Garnishment: Who Can Do It?

September 16, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Wage garnishment is one of the toughest actions a debtor can face; when a creditor obtains a judgment against you and is able to take money right out of your hard-earned paycheck, it can really hit home hard, both in terms of the financial squeeze it puts on you, and the emotional cost of having […]

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Judge Approves American Airlines’ Bankruptcy Plan

September 13, 2013 | Posted in News

American Airlines has been entangled in one of the  largest Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in recent history for going on two  years now.  After much deliberation, negotiations and setbacks, the end may soon be near.  Yesterday, a federal judge approved  American Airlines’ plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection. Flying Into The Future Speculation and confirmed […]

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A Timeline For Chapter 13

September 9, 2013 | Posted in Chapter 13

Before deciding to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, many people wonder what kind of timeline they will be facing. It is a good question, and a very valid one; bankruptcy does take a bit of time, and during that time you may have to put certain life events on hold. Here, a Cincinnati bankruptcy […]

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Considering Credit Counseling

September 6, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Not all financial woes need to result in bankruptcy, and a good Dayton bankruptcy attorney is not looking to take on just any client. In fact, oftentimes a bankruptcy attorney will refer a potential client to credit counseling services before recommending filing for any bankruptcy protection. Credit counseling is a useful service that can help […]

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Talks Wage Garnishment

September 2, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

One of the most humiliating things for someone facing unpayable debts is finding an order for wage garnishment in their inbox. Wage garnishment, as a prominent Cincinnati bankruptcy lawyer will tell you, is when a creditor obtains an order from the courts authorizing them to deduct part of your paycheck or an amount from your […]

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