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Entries from February 2018

Risks of Filing for Bankruptcy Without a Bankruptcy Attorney in Waseca, MN

February 26th, 2018 · No Comments

If you’re struggling to meet loan payments and bills alongside daily living expenses, bankruptcy is an option for individuals, business owners, and corporations alike. Designed to liquidate assets, discharge debts, reorganize expenses, and generally give the filer a fresh start while maintaining the fair treatment of creditors, bankruptcy in the U.S. is a process that […]

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Limitations of the Automatic Stay When You File for Bankruptcy in Windom, MN

February 21st, 2018 · No Comments

Whether you file for Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy or Chapter 13 debt reorganization bankruptcy, you benefit from the immediate action of the automatic stay as soon as your bankruptcy petition is filed. The automatic stay is a wonderful tool designed to prevent creditors from collecting on debts that may be discharged or restructured during the […]

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The Power of Automatic Stay When You File Bankruptcy in Fairmont, MN

February 20th, 2018 · No Comments

Most Americans over 30 have around $150,000 in various debts including mortgages, car loans, credit cards, medical bills, taxes, and other accumulated debts. This debt can often begin to cripple the quality of life for individuals and families who cannot maintain regular debt payments and still meet standards for necessary expenses. If your financial obligations […]

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Debt Punishment of the Past Compared to Today’s Bankruptcy in St. Peter, MN

February 6th, 2018 · No Comments

For as long as the concept of trade has been around, so has the concept of debt. Today, debtors have a wide range of options to recover from financial difficulties. Filing for bankruptcy is one of the most viable options for debt recovery we have as US citizens. Bankruptcy is designed to handle a filer’s […]

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