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Charlotte Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Charlotte Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The purpose of this article is to discuss filing a Charlotte Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our firm is located in SouthPark in Charlotte, NC and we serve the Charlotte Division of the Western District of North Carolina. The Need You’ve probably…
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Writ Of Execution

The purpose of this article is to explain the effect of a writ of execution, and help you understand your options which include filing bankruptcy. Your Pain If you’ve received a writ of execution, it’s because a creditor has a judgment…
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Paying For Your Bankruptcy

I’ve always found that paying for your bankruptcy makes an otherwise difficult financial time even more… difficult. Fortunately, if you’re able to put together the funds for bankruptcy, you will experience immediate financial relief upon…
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Pedestrian Injuries and Personal Injury Claims

School is back in session, which means more kids in the streets. Pedestrian injuries occur daily here in Charlotte, NC, and our firm regularly represents injured pedestrians in cases and claims against the drivers who hit them. According to…

Paying For Your Charlotte Bankruptcy

I speak with clients every day who want to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Charlotte, NC but don’t have the money in hand to pay an attorney. That’s one of the challenges of paying for your Charlotte bankruptcy—if you need to file bankruptcy,…
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Debt Settlement

Debt settlement and bankruptcy go hand in hand. As a result, I routinely speak with clients about pursuing both options, depending upon the specific circumstances.  Depending upon the client's needs, we may choose to pursue debt settlement…

Chapter 7 -- Qualifying For Bankruptcy

One of the myths around qualifying for bankruptcy is that if you make more than a certain amount of income you cannot file. The truth is whether you qualify for bankruptcy is typically determined by examining both your income and your debts…

Filing an Elderly Bankruptcy

While there is not a bankruptcy filing specific to elderly individuals, filing an "elderly bankruptcy" is something to consider if you’re entering into your golden years with considerable debt. Most elderly individuals are living on a fixed…

Credit Cards After Filing Bankruptcy

It makes sense to me that clients ask questions about obtaining credit cards after filing bankruptcy. After all, a credit card is a great resource for emergency situations, and the reality of life is we don’t always have money on hand that…