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Marriage

You Should Discuss Your Finances Before Saying “I Do”

By Nowack & Olson, PLLC |

When you get married, you agree to take your spouse “for richer or poorer,” as well as in sickness and in health. Unfortunately, some newlyweds are in for a nasty surprise when they discover that their newly-minted spouse has terrible credit—and possibly far worse. To avoid any unpleasant discoveries, you should have an honest… Read More »

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Credit Card Debt Continues to Get More Expensive

By Nowack & Olson, PLLC |

If you carry a credit card balance, you probably regularly check your monthly statement. You might have noticed something surprising over the past year—even though you are regularly paying your debt, your balance does not seem to be declining as fast as it should. There is a simple reason—your interest rate has probably been… Read More »

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Starting a New Business after Bankruptcy

By Nowack & Olson, PLLC |

Many of our clients here at Nowack & Olson are interested in how they can re-establish their credit after filing for bankruptcy. But our business clients often have a slightly different concern—how to start a new business soon after a business bankruptcy. Maybe you caught the bug and can’t envision working for someone else…. Read More »

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Senior Citizens and Bankruptcy—Should You File?

By Nowack & Olson, PLLC |

As bankruptcy lawyers in Southern Florida, we meet our fair share of senior citizens who are struggling with debt. Sometimes the debt is medical debt or credit card debt, with credit cards often used to pay for medical expenses. Regardless of how they accumulated debt, these clients want to know whether they should file… Read More »

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