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How Do You I Get Rid of Medical Bills?

How Medical Care can Lead to Bankruptcy Of all the trials the American people face, perhaps none is more troubling than the financial difficulties brought on by the rising costs of consumer goods and services such as health care. The state of the economy changes every day, which naturally results in fluctuating prices for certain […]

How can I afford bankruptcy if I’m broke?

Bankruptcy is affordable and offers lasting protection if carefully planned It’s the classic Chicken and the Egg problem.  I need to file bankruptcy but I can’t afford to file.  It’s just too expensive.  I need a cheap and affordable option. A fast and inexpensive Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not always the best choice.  Consider Chapter […]

Bankruptcy protected single mom with very sick child in Omaha

The following story is true. I met Julie (not her real name) about 15 years ago.  Julie was about 37 years old and she had two children, the youngest of which was 5 years old….a little girl, named Lauren.  Julie set an appointment to meet with me because she had numerous collection agencies calling her […]

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