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Wipe Out Your Bills and Get a Fresh Start
In these difficult economic times, who isn’t in some sort of financial difficulty? If you have reached the point in your life where you are seriously considering filing for bankruptcy, we want you to know that there is no shame or stigma in filing for bankruptcy.
We expect that about 2 million people will be filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 in 2014. These people will be morally, legally, and ethically utilizing the laws provided by our federal government that permit them to put the past behind them and look forward towards a much brighter financial future.
Our clients are honest, ethical people who have encountered serious financial difficulties, and who need relief from the daily pressures that have been placed upon them by the bill collectors.
Friday, 20 July 2012 00:00
LIST OF WHAT YOU NEED TO GET YOUR CASE FILED
Chapter 7 - $999 legal fee + $306 court filing fee = $1305
Chapter 13 - $700 to get started, balance of fee to be paid in plan
2012 and 2011 tax returns are required (unless you did not make enough money to file tax returns, or there is another legal reason that you were not required to file tax returns).
Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:59
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR BACK
1. We have many clients that come to us after their vehicle has been repossessed.
2. Here is the good news. If your car has been repossessed, and it has not been sold at an auction, you can probably get your car back. It’s not that hard.
3. The following are the steps needed to be taken to get your car back after it has been repossessed, and not yet sold at an auction.
4. File a chapter 13 case with our office.
5. In order to file you will need the following fees and costs:
a. $25.00 for a credit counseling session.
b. $281.00 for a Court filing fee.
c. $399.00 towards our fee.
d. Total to be paid is $705.00
Tuesday, 04 May 2010 16:41
How to Stop the Bill Collectors From Calling You!
There is a Federal Law known as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. This law gives a very large amount of protection to people in debt. Many people think that they have to put up with phone calls, letters, and other harassing techniques from creditors. This is simply not true, especially if they have hired an attorney to represent them.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is a very powerful federal law. The law says that a debt collector cannot do any of the following:
1)Cannot use harassing techniques.
2)Cannot call at inconvenient times.
3)Cannot call you at work if your employer does not permit such calls.
4)Cannot make threats or mislead you.
Tuesday, 04 May 2010 16:43
HOW TO GET YOUR
FREE CREDIT SCORE
It’s usually a good idea to know what your credit score is. We find that many clients improve their credit scores after they file for bankruptcy. This is not unusual, because when you get out of debt, and you no longer owe people money, that in itself is enough to increase your credit score.
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