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Tallahassee Florida Bankruptcy Law Blog

1401, 2020

What Are The Benefits of Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney? 

What Are The Benefits of Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney?  If you are finding yourself in the very difficult situation of having to consider whether or not you should be filing for bankruptcy in order to help with your current debt situation, you may also be pondering the question of whether [...]

801, 2020

Bankruptcy for the Self Employed

Bankruptcy for the Self Employed The process of bankruptcy can be extremely difficult to face if you are already experiencing major financial stress. If you’re seeking some type of protection from your creditors as a small business owner the process for bankruptcy for self employed may also seem more complicated.  [...]

301, 2020

Common Bankruptcy Exemptions in Florida

Common Bankruptcy Exemptions in Florida Many areas of the United States have a series of exemptions that are designed to protect personal property as you file for bankruptcy. The type of bankruptcy that you choose to file under will often determine what can happen to any of your non-exempt property.  [...]

2612, 2019

The Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Tallahassee Florida

The Best Bankruptcy Attorney in Tallahassee Florida If you find yourself in a tough spot financially, behind on your car payments, mortgage payments and more, it could be a wise idea for you to start looking towards a bankruptcy attorney in Tallahassee Florida. Finding a bankruptcy attorney to quickly help [...]

1212, 2019

Personal Loans for Debt Relief

Personal Loans for Debt Relief Are Personal Loans a Good Choice for Debt Relief? Photo Credit: USA Today One type of debt that is certainly on the rise is consumer debt. Under this category includes items like auto loans, mortgages, credit cards and more. None of these items [...]

412, 2019

How do More Bankruptcies Affect the Economy

How do More Bankruptcies Affect the Economy Many individuals think of bankruptcy as a failure or with a negative connotation. Bankruptcies are no more than resolving unpaid debts by reaching an agreement with your creditors. Bankruptcy can settle disputes as well as lead to a positive change in the finances [...]

2011, 2019

3 Unexpected Ways You Can Fall into Debt

3 Unexpected Ways You Can Fall into Debt Avoiding debt is not always an easy task especially with the financial flexibility that’s available to us today. An increasing number of people are choosing to pay by plastic and opting to choose an automatic payment and subscription-based model for their services. [...]

611, 2019

Can Creditors Take my Retirement Funds if I File for Bankruptcy?

Can Creditors Take my Retirement Funds if I File for Bankruptcy? Saving for your retirement over the course of your career can be an arduous process and the thought of it being taken from you can be absolutely crippling. A retirement account is something that is essential for you to [...]

2810, 2019

Will Millennials Need Debt Relief More Than Their Parents?

Will Millennials Need Debt Relief More Than Their Parents? It’s often quite difficult to find financial articles that would present millennials in a favorable light. The financial considerations of the average millennial generation are often outside of the normal financial experts and the idea of debt relief is now quite [...]

2310, 2019

What are Other Debt Relief Options Other Than Bankruptcy?

What are Other Debt Relief Options Other Than Bankruptcy? Managing your debt can often feel like a crisis and one of the biggest emergency buttons that you may have heard of people taking is bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is often presented in a negative light and as a last-ditch effort to get [...]

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