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Don’t Risk Perjury by Concealing Assets in Bankruptcy — Important Assets can be Preserved through Exemptions

Sometimes it is tempting for a debtor in bankruptcy to hide assets from the bankruptcy trustee and court, which means not including them in the schedule of assets or schedule of exemptions and not telling the trustee about them. It may be because the… Read More
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When is it Time to File Personal Bankruptcy?

Most people don’t like the idea of filing for bankruptcy, even when debt issues are snowballing, causing them to lose sleep, and threatening their physical and emotional wellbeing. It is commonplace for debtors to think they just aren’t trying ha… Read More
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Stop Credit Card Lawsuits By Filing for Bankruptcy

When a credit card company files a lawsuit against a debtor, the debtor needs to take immediate action to stop that lawsuit. If the credit card company succeeds in obtaining a judgment against the debtor, they can then put a lien on any property owne… Read More
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When Debts and Financial Stress Threaten Health, Bankruptcy May Be in Order

Many people who desperately need the financial break that bankruptcy can offer refuse to consider it as a solution. Most often this is because of the centuries-old stigma that is associated with bankruptcy. This stigma arose through a misunderstandin… Read More
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Stopping Wage Garnishment – Your Rights and Options in Maryland

When it comes to stopping wage garnishment, your rights and options under the wage garnishment laws in Maryland are very limited if an order for garnishment has already been entered and the garnishment begun. The best time to stop your wages from bei… Read More
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