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Signs That Your Finances Are Spiraling Out Of Control

October 9th, 2014|

Speaking with an attorney about your financial situation may feel like a big step to take. As a result, you may be unsure of whether or not your financial situation has risen to the level that warrants an attorney’s guidance. [...]

How Do I Successfully Communicate With My Creditors?

September 29th, 2014|

If you are receiving calls, emails or postal notices from your creditors, you are likely frustrated and feeling overwhelmed. No matter what your unique situation is, dealing with creditors is never fun and is rarely easy. You may not know [...]

Department Of Education Acts On Student Loan Issues

September 15th, 2014|

We have previously written about the unique challenges that people tend to face when they are overwhelmed by student loan debt. Unlike credit card debt, auto loan debt and even medical debt, student loan debt is not generally dischargeable in bankruptcy. [...]

Struggling With Emotions Associated With Your Bankruptcy?

September 2nd, 2014|

We frequently write about the various logistical challenges that individuals may face when their debts have become to unwieldy to manage. However, logistical and legal challenges are not the only hurdles that individuals must clear on their way back to [...]

Reasons Why Bankruptcy Attorney Services Are So Critical

August 18th, 2014|

Some areas of law are relatively straightforward, while others are maddeningly complex. As a result, some legal actions can be safely taken without the aid of an attorney, while others require experienced advice. For example, you would likely not need [...]

Beware Debt Settlement Companies Targeting Student Debt

August 4th, 2014|

We have previously written about the fact that overwhelming student debt can be particularly tricky to navigate. This kind of debt cannot generally be discharged in bankruptcy save for the most desperate of situations. In addition, while some student debt can be [...]

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