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Are Legal Fees Dischargeable?

  • June 13, 2018

“Does an oral statement about a single asset qualify as a “statement respecting the debtor’s financial condition?” That was the subject of a recent Supreme Court case that was ruled upon last week which debated whether a debtor is able…

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Warning: The “Grant Scam” Is Real

  • May 21, 2018

Who hasn’t received the Nigerian prince email? This phishing scam purports to be from a high-ranking Nigerian official who needs financial assistance or personal information to retrieve an alleged inheritance. We recently helped our client who fell victim to one…

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Where Is My Refund?

  • May 14, 2018

Springtime for many Americans means more than just budding trees and blooming flowers. Many people look forward to a healthy tax refund to pay off debt, or, if they’re lucky, buy the next item on their wish list. However, Uncle…

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Yes. Everyone Needs a Will.

  • April 25, 2018

Everyone needs a will and testament but, alarmingly, only 44 percent of American adults have one, according to a May, 2016 Gallup poll. Whether your assets are worth millions or you live on social security in a rental, inevitably some…

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Millennials, Medical Bills and Debt

  • February 26, 2018

High financial expectations, a competitive job market, and mounting student loan bills due immediately upon graduation leave post-secondary graduates vulnerable to financial crises. It’s no wonder that, according to a new TransUnion Healthcare Millennial Report which published last month found that…

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