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How to Make Bankruptcy Go as Smoothly as Possible

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Bankruptcy provides our clients with a way to get out from under mountains of debt so that they can gain some breathing room. The bankruptcy process is relatively straightforward and there is no reason to make the process more difficult than it needs be. Having helped thousands of people successfully complete bankruptcy, we offer… Read More »

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Does Filing for Bankruptcy a Second Time Make Sense?

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Financial difficulties can crop up at any moment. Many Americans seem to experience at least one crisis every decade, and they might consider filing for bankruptcy. But what happens if you already filed for bankruptcy once before? The good news is that there is no rule preventing people from filing for bankruptcy a second… Read More »

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How to Amend Bankruptcy Filings

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To file for bankruptcy, you need to fill out many forms. Some of these forms ask for detailed information about your assets, whereas others request information about your debts. It is very easy to make a mistake and leave information off, especially if you are trying to represent yourself. So how do you amend… Read More »

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4 Things to Do After a Bankruptcy Discharge

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Congratulations! You have received your bankruptcy discharge and are ready to move onto the next chapter of your life. However, before getting ahead of yourself, you need to make sure you don’t backslide and become indebted again. Wiping out old debts is only half of the battle. Follow the tips below for making your… Read More »

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Will Filing for Bankruptcy Affect Your Career?

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One reason people are afraid to file for bankruptcy is the belief that it will negatively impact their careers. Most people have some sense that a bankruptcy will be reported on their credit report and that many employers pull credit reports before hiring. It is a perfectly valid concern to have, but it shouldn’t… Read More »

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