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Top 5 Things You Should Know Before Filing Bankruptcy

What do you know about filing for bankruptcy? Perhaps you’ve heard the word before on the news, or maybe even had friends who filed bankruptcy, but what do you actually know about bankruptcy?  More importantly, if you are considering filing bankruptcy, what things should you know? Well, obviously, bankruptcy law is complex and one short […]

DON’T pay back family debts if you are thinking about bankruptcy!

Paying back loans and debts owed to family members is extremely important to most people.  But, if you really care about them, please don’t pay them back before you file bankruptcy! Paying back family loans before bankruptcy causes problems for them. As the saying goes, no good deed goes unpunished.  This is especially true when you […]

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