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How to File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who have lost their job, are burdened with medical debt or are otherwise struggling to make ends meet, bankruptcy might be your best option. Depending on your specific circumstances, Chapter 13 bankruptcy affords you certain caveats that Chapter 7 bankruptcy does not, such as hanging on to […]

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What to Do When You Haven’t Received Child Support Payments

When you’re raising a child as a single parent, child support can make the difference between making ends meet and struggling for another month. That’s one reason why courts take the obligation so seriously. If you’re entitled to court-ordered child support payments, but your ex-partner is refusing to pay, you should contact your child support […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Misdemeanor and a Felony?

If you or a loved one have been accused of a crime, it’s important that you understand the nature of the charges against you. The biggest one—aside from the crime itself—is whether you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. Both are crimes that can go on your record, but one carries significantly higher […]

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What Will I Need to File for Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy is a big undertaking, which requires you to fully disclose the details of your finances to the court. Whether you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you’ll need to file a good deal of forms with the court. This will help your attorney and bankruptcy trustee get a better idea […]

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Factors in Determining Child Custody

When they have children and are considering a divorce, the number one question clients want to know is, “Who will get custody?” Divorce is hard enough, but helping children adjust to their new normal makes it significantly harder. Although it’s hard to predict exactly how a judge will rule in any given situation, working with […]

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