Honesty and Professionalism

When contacting our office, we will get some basic information related to you financial situation that will help guide us to determine what situation is right for you. Whether you, your spouse, your business or a combination are in a position that bankruptcy will help we can guide you to the right path.

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Basics

Due to the difficult economic times millions of individuals, married couples and businesses today are facing financial crisis, followed by debt, collection calls, and threats of garnishments and repossessions.  Many Americans never thought they would ever have to consider bankruptcy as a w...

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Basics

Thousands of Americans today have steady monthly income and are able to pay their daily living expenses, but can’t keep up with the scheduled payments on their debts. Many of us are facing foreclosures, but have significant equity in our homes that we would like to keep.  One of possible solutions for these problems may be filing ...

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What happens to a Land Contract Purchase of Real Estate when the Purchaser files for Bankruptcy?

When a property is purchased on contract, land contract or some other form of agreement where the purchaser is renting to own real estate and the purchaser files for it can leave the seller in a precarious position. One of three things is likely to happen depending on the circumstances: First, the seller may file a Motion for Relief...

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What if multiple drivers cause a car accident?

Negligence law can be a tricky area when considering whether damages can be obtained from multiple drivers in a car accident.  An attorney can provide an educated guess of what an insurance company might claim or a jury might decide on determining fault.  Some accidents it is clear who caused the accident, but what about when there...

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Should I file bankruptcy?

Should bankruptcy be filed is a question that many consider every day just as we have heard about the United States debt issues over the last several months. At the last minute the United States has avoided the and, sadly, in doing so most people will experience because of our Congress’ negotiated deal. The United States has the m...

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Experienced Attorney vs. Do It Yourself Legal Forms

I see advertisements on the web, television and even know a client or two that have tried the do it yourself legal forms from companies like Legal Zoom and Rocket Lawyer. Please do not get me wrong, these sites serve a very valuable service and segment of society. However, while do it yourself legal seems to save money and maybe time...

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What is my injury claim worth?

Every personal injury client that I meet with is interested and asks what is my injury claim worth.  There are many factors to consider in evaluating an injury claim’s value.  Choosing an attorney with experience and a reputation of a willingness to go to trial is one important consideration but there are many things to consider....

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Mortgage After Foreclosure, Bankruptcy and Short Sales

Mortgages and are significant issues for my debt clients that are facing foreclosure, bankruptcy or considering a short sale for their home.  When one of these events happen, there are general rules of thumb of what will happen if you seek a mortgage and when you might be able to qualify for a mortgage. results in the longest waiti...

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Veterinarian Negligence

As life becomes more complicated, we look to our veterinarian to keep our beloved pets and livestock in good health and living.  We expect that he/she/they will take as good of care of our animals as we do.  Sometimes, that just does not happen. A Veterinarian can commit malpractice when the vet’s actions are negligent.  A vete...

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