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Bankruptcy Blog

  • Many people are confused by the form that is served by the sheriff after a judgment is entered against them in North Carolina.  The form has two parts: (1) the first part is titled “Notice of Right to Have Exemptions Designated,” often called a Notice......

  • The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the Vermont Attorney General have issued a warning to consumers about a new scam targeting bankruptcy filers. The con artists are using software that “spoofs” the Caller ID system so that the call appears to be originating from......

  • I was talking with a management consultant yesterday who has worked for years with small- and mid-sized businesses who were facing financial hardship.  He has helped many turn around, and seen others fail.  Although he had a sense of what Chapter 11 bankruptcy was, he......

  • Filing for personal bankruptcy is a difficult decision to make, but it’s not something that’s right for everyone. Some people who want to file for bankruptcy want to do so for the wrong reasons. Bankruptcy is a powerful legal tool that can help you if......

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