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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Can I File for Bankruptcy Without a Lawyer?

    | 9-Mar-2017

    When it comes to legal proceedings, it is best to view them in much the same way you would a medical concern. When there are issues with your health, you visit a doctor or often a specialist when you have a certain ailment because they have the experience and specialized training you do not. Lawyers function in the same capacity, and they offer the experience, insight, and tools to help guide you ...
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  • Why Our Board Certified Bankruptcy Specialists Set Us Apart

    | 1-Mar-2017

    Choosing the right attorney to guide you through your legal journey is one of the most important decisions you can make in your case – and it can make all the difference in securing a swift and successful outcome. By vetting attorneys based on their experience, reputation, and record of success, you can gain a better understanding of whether or not a lawyer has the tools to help you succeed. ...
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  • What If I Don't Own Any Assets?

    | 20-Feb-2017

    Many people who are unfamiliar with bankruptcy assume that they will automatically lose all of their property to pay back their debts, such as their home, their car, or other valuables. But what happens if you don’t have any assets? Is bankruptcy still an option? If you are struggling with debt but don’t own any assets, such as valuables, cash, or non-exempt property, that can be sold ...
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  • Will Filing for Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit?

    | 9-Feb-2017

    Many people who are considering filing for bankruptcy worry about how bankruptcy will affect their credit. Among the top concerns are whether it cause permanent damage or whether a person will ever be able to borrow money or have a credit card ever again. Fortunately, there is no reason to worry. While bankruptcy may affect your credit in the short run, it is a long-term debt solution that can ...
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  • Nation's Largest Servicer of Student Loans Sued by CFPB

    | 24-Jan-2017

    Navient Corp, the nation’s largest servicer of student loans, was sued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), alleging that they cheated borrowers by failing to provide the basic functions of student loan servicing. As a result, borrowers struggled to pay the higher payments demanded of them. Navient, which was once part of Sallie Mae, deceived consumers for years, according to ...
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