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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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Holiday Bonus And Bankruptcy

Holiday Bonus and the Timing of Bankruptcy

  • December 11, 2017

December means bonuses for many employees. The extra cash helps them get through the holiday season, but, in terms of bankruptcy, December bonuses could mean paying thousands of dollars more to creditors over a longer extended bankruptcy period. The timing…

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Improving Finances Starts with a Phone Call

  • July 17, 2017

When clients come to us they are beyond desperate. We listen to tear-filled stories about how people are stretched out beyond their means due to unexpected hardships. Injuries, loss of work, divorce…you name it, we’ve heard the stories. What we…

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Bankruptcy and Child Support, Part 2

  • June 9, 2017

As we explained in our last blog, child support is not dischargeable. But what if support is in the form of paying your child’s educational fees or your ex spouse’s mortgage payments on the marital home? Will those types of…

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Credit Relief Solutions Before Bankruptcy

  • April 19, 2017

The B word: Bankruptcy. It has a bad reputation. It makes some people shake in their shoes. It has a stigma of a personal failure and leaves a wounded psyche. But bankruptcy is in place to help people. Filing Chapter…

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How To Protect Your Tax Refund During Bankruptcy

  • April 11, 2017

  It’s tax time and not only does Uncle Sam want to be paid, creditors do as well. Tax refunds are assets of estates and large refunds are easy targets for the bankruptcy trustee who represents the creditors. With careful…

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