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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Happy Client (actual client email thread)

June 26, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Happy! (Actual email thread from client….) Subject: RE: 341 Hearing on Wednesday June 25 @ 9:00AM (a nervous client, just before, and after, her trustee meeting) Hi Halle, Got your v/m. Thanks a bunch. I’ll be glad when tomorrow’s over. I’m a little nervous. Do I need to bring my certificate with me? Nope, you […]

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Economy: Struggling Or Thriving?

June 26, 2014 | Posted in News

An report was released last month weighing in on the economic performance of the first quarter of 2014. The results were less than impressive, downright depressing to most. However, economists aren’t losing hope just yet. Ups and Downs The reported 2 percent shrink in economic growth in the first quarter is the highest dip we […]

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Money Facts You Need To Know

June 24, 2014 | Posted in Money Management

Like most acquired skills smart money  management takes practice. While some of us may be pros at managing our money, we call could use a little boost from time to time. Here are some important facts about money management we all should live by: Balance your housing budget The ideal budget for housing is less […]

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‘Counselors To Counselors’ For Debt Relief

June 18, 2014 | Posted in Debt

As an Ohio bankruptcy attorney, it is a duty to keep up with the industry and work towards a cohesive team for helping debtors. Having once been on the side of financial hardship I understand firsthand the stress and turmoil it can bring, which is why I do what I do. In order to better […]

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Do Creditors Have Rights In Bankruptcy?

June 16, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

The bankruptcy process is supposed to be a mediation process between the debtor and their creditors. However, the bankruptcy process does favor debtors over creditors in most cases. So, does this  mean that creditors get nothing? Do they have rights or claims in a bankruptcy case? What happens to the debt?  Here are some answers […]

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Obama Acts On Student Loan Debt

June 12, 2014 | Posted in Student loans

Over the recent years the student loan debt industry hasn’t just become more of an epidemic, but also has finally gained the attention of the government. With  other economical aspects suffering at the hands of student loan debt and delinquency, many politicians are voicing their opinions for finding a solution. This week, President Obama took […]

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Your Money In Bankruptcy

June 9, 2014 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Many people wonder what type of scrutiny they will be under by the court if they file for bankruptcy. Will the court monitor dictate my spending? Will I be limited in my spending? Will I get in trouble for buying something nice? The short answer is: it depends. Unique Situations The reason it depends is […]

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Money Mistakes To Avoid

June 6, 2014 | Posted in Money Management

Finances are rarely a subject of choice, unless there is good news involved. While many struggle to stay out of debt default through unforeseen circumstances, many more of us simply aren’t being smart with our money management altogether. In order to get the most out of your money, make sure you avoid these costly mistakes: […]

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Walking Away From Debt

June 4, 2014 | Posted in Debt

If you have problems with your debts the idea of simply walking away from it all can be tempting. No more suffering with the anxiety of “how will I pay?”, just walk away without paying. While some will tell you that you can legally get away with not paying your debt, there are some things […]

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Credit Tips For Traveling

June 2, 2014 | Posted in Credit

Whether you are a corporate jet setter or are just taking the family across the country for a nice vacation, there are some important things to consider about your credit cards. Follow these simply tips  to avoid getting further into debt or becoming a victim of identity theft: Plan and watch your spending — Many […]

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