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Remote Bankruptcy, Start to Finish!

There’s no reason to wait until the pandemic is over to get relief from your creditors. Remote bankruptcy, start to finish, including chapter 7, chapter 11 and chapter 13, is now what we do! And it’s more efficient than before. We offer a… Read More
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COVID-19 Update

We’ve always taken pride in responding to our clients’ needs. We adapted to the COVID-19 crisis without missing a beat. And improved. We leaned into technology we were already using. Cost effectively and conveniently. Telephone and video… Read More
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Don't Touch That 401K!

Please don’t tap your 401K or retirement savings as a last resort to pay debt. Particularly credit card debt. In thirty years of bankruptcy practice I have seen this scenario time and again. Clients come to me for help after draining their reti… Read More
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Medical Bills and Bankruptcy

Here are a few things you should know about medical bills and bankruptcy. First, it can happen to anybody. You now know that. But even though there probably wasn’t any way to prevent it, the co-pays won’t go away on their own. What will y… Read More
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The Small Business Reorganization Act Could Be a Game-Changer.

Until now, the utility of chapter 11 reorganizations for small businesses has been limited. One reason for this has nothing to do with the law. Small business owners often cling to a formerly profitable “business as usual” approach until… Read More
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Bankruptcy law isn't exciting.

When you realize you need to file bankruptcy it's natural to imagine you will be stigmatized. It's baked into our cultural DNA. But financial misfortune can happen to anyone. Read More
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Is There Life After Bankruptcy?

Although bankruptcy is intended as a fresh start we are conditioned, culturally, to regard it as...the end. So, what comes after? Read More
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