What Is a 722 Redemption?

One of the worries that people have when they are filing for a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy is losing their car. In fact, fear of losing their car is one of the biggest things that holds people back from filing for bankruptcy.

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How and When to Communicate with your Lawyer

It helps to think about your relationship with your lawyer as you would a relationship with your medical doctor. You need to go in from time to time to have a checkup, and occasionally you’ll have a problem that needs some attention.

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Being Sued by a Debt Collector?

You probably never imagined finding yourself being sued by a debt collector. Nobody ever plans to get into an amount of debt that they cannot repay, or at least keep up with over time. Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, it can happen to anybody.

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How Are Wrongful Death Settlement Distributions Paid Out?

Wrongful death lawsuits are horribly traumatic for survivors. In a way it forces them to relive the loss of their loved one and the horrible circumstances in which it occurred. Florida law strictly governs who can recover, what damages they can recover, and at what age they can recover them.

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What to Expect From Your Lawyer

Most people don’t have much experience in dealing with lawyers. Let’s face it, you don’t really need the services of a lawyer in your everyday life. It’s when things become exceptional that you need legal advice. As a result, communicating with an lawyer can seem like learning to speak another language.

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Why Retail Bankruptcies Are on the Rise

As an attorney who specializes in bankruptcy, I can’t help but note with dismay the huge increases in retail bankruptcies, and of course it’s the smaller businesses that provide the majority of American jobs that are feeling the heat.

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