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Monthly Archives: January 2015

About Bankruptcy Hardship Discharges

January 29, 2015 | Posted in Debt

The courts normally are compelled to follow a timetable. In some circumstances this can create an even greater hardship for the individual making application. Your bankruptcy lawyer will know the legal technicalities regarding a bankruptcy hardship discharge. This is applicable to the Chapter 13 bankruptcy rulings. On rare occasions a petition will be made during […]

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What is an Automatic Stay ?

January 27, 2015 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Your debts can quickly get out of hand and you can end up in a financial emergency situation. Perhaps your utilities are going to be cut off, or there is a threat that your wages are going to be garnisheed. You want to contact an Springfield bankruptcy attorney for help, but you think it may […]

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What Will I Lose If I File For Bankruptcy?

January 20, 2015 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

The better question maybe to ask what will you gain if your go bankrupt? Most likely if you are in such a financial mess that you have to even ask these questions you stand to lose a lot, if you don’t take some action. Creditors can be ruthless and if they don’t get their money […]

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What a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Do For You

January 15, 2015 | Posted in Bankruptcy Attorney Questions

As a lawyer I get asked this question a lot. Basically, a Cincinnati bankruptcy lawyer is a legal expert that specializes in the field of bankruptcy. You should have certain expectations that you want to place on this type of lawyer and feel comfortable with who you are working with. Informed Decisions I feel it […]

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Can Bankruptcy Help with Your Medical Bills?

January 13, 2015 | Posted in Medical Bills

One debt that many people cannot help accumulating is medical debt. When people are ill or hurt and they have no other alternatives but to seek out medical help, which can be costly and continues to mount up. It gets to the point where the debt load is so huge the individual has no recourse […]

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