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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Virginia Newspaper Seeks Chapter 11

January 27, 2014 | Posted in News

cThe Free Lance-Star Publishing Co. in Fredericksburg, VA also requested the right to remain in operation as the company works towards finding a solution for its financial problems. Leaving A Legacy The Free Lance-Star Publishing Co. has been owned and operated by the Rowe family for the last 130 years. Working hard to develop a […]

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Don’t File Without Representation

January 24, 2014 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

Many people that find themselves in need of bankruptcy assume they cannot afford to hire a bankruptcy lawyer. The truth is you can’t afford not to have legal representation on your side. Here is why filing without a lawyer, also called pro se, is a mistake: Wrong choice — bankruptcy isn’t for everyone and there […]

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Can bankruptcy improve my credit?

January 23, 2014 | Posted in Credit and Bankruptcy Video

Many people stress over the effects debt and bankruptcy will have on their credit. The truth is that you can actually improve your credit with a bankruptcy discharge. Video transcript: Bankruptcy can improve your credit. Let me repeat that, bankruptcy can actually improve your credit. You May find this difficult to believe – so please […]

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Can bankruptcy help with my credit card and medical bills?

January 23, 2014 | Posted in Debts Video

Credit card bills are one of the most commonly held debts in America. The credit card debt industry has grown significantly in recent years, and too often itĀ  is the case that people need credit cards simply to survive and provide for their families. Add to that medical issues and the spiral downward escalates. Luckily, […]

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Priority Debts In Chapter 13

January 22, 2014 | Posted in Chapter 13

The two main types of debt in bankruptcy have been categorized by their relation to any collateral, secured for those tied against an asset and unsecured for those that are not tied to any assets. However, this distinction doesn’t encompass the full nature of the debt obligation. In order to better serve the loan holder, […]

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Can bankruptcy stop a wage garnishment?

January 20, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy Video

When you don’t pay your debts creditors can resort to a number of actions to claim their money, including wage garnishment. On average, a wage garnishment order can allow for up to 25% of your paycheck to be seized before you even see the rest of your money. Further, wage garnishments are not easily stopped […]

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Can bankruptcy help with my payday loans?

January 20, 2014 | Posted in Debts Video

When times get tough many people turn to payday loans to helpĀ  make ends meet. Payday loans are risky business and all too often people fall further into debt at the hands of a payday loan. I have seen people carrying mulitple payday loans, using one to pay the other. This is a slippery slope […]

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