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Southern Nevada Goodwill: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

October 9, 2017 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

Goodwill Industries International Inc., better known as simply Goodwill, is an American nonprofit 501(c)(3) company that provides job training and employment for individuals who face employment challenges. The Goodwill retail stores that we are so used to seeing operate as nonprofits as well. The company that we know so well has recently run into some […]

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Stopping Eviction with Bankruptcy

June 13, 2017 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

Filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy is probably one of the safest ways to deal with eviction proceedings. In other words, by filing a bankruptcy petition you will be able tostay in the house for a longer period of time. Also, you can catch up with your missed rent payments. Stopping eviction with bankruptcy is possible. […]

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Can Creditors Lift the Automatic Stay?

December 1, 2016 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

The automatic stay is one of the best parts of the debt relief process through an Ohio bankruptcy. Preventing creditors from contacting you or making further collection actions, the automatic stay is your immediate breath of fresh air in an otherwise stressful time. However, the automatic stay is a guaranteed permanent court order. In fact, […]

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Find A Bankruptcy Lawyer Near Me

November 24, 2016 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

Odds are, if you just put this term into your search engine and hit search, you are most likely enamored with different attorney websites stating roughly the same thing. It can be a daunting task to sift through the many attorneys specializing in bankruptcy in your state or city. How to find an Ohio bankruptcy […]

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What is a Bankruptcy Trustee?

October 6, 2016 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy trustees have an important part in the bankruptcy process. A bankruptcy trustee is typically appointed privately by the Department of Justice and acts as a neutral party who protects both the debtor and the creditors. Under current US bankruptcy law, when you file for bankruptcy protection an “estate” is created consisting of all your […]

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How Can I Protect Inheritance in Bankruptcy?

October 4, 2016 | Posted in Filing Bankruptcy

For the most part the US bankruptcy laws are quite clear regarding inheritance, but like many laws, there are a few loopholes that only an experienced Ohio bankruptcy attorney may know about or be able to spot in order to further assist your financial well being. When filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy all your assets: […]

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