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Bankruptcy Court

Bankruptcy Court Source: Flickr If you are planning to file for bankruptcy then you will indeed be making a trip to court. The U.S. Bankruptcy court is a federal court and deals with all aspects of bankruptcy law. Each of the 94 judicial districts handles bankruptcy matters. Each bankruptcy court houses a bankruptcy judge who

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Winning Tactics For A Smooth Divorce

Winning Tactics For A Smooth Divorce The term “smooth divorce” may be an oxymoron, meaning there may not really be such a thing as a smooth divorce. Divorces typically are a dramatic schism in a couple’s lives, ending five, ten, or even thirty years of a relationship. Something like that can be painful, messy, and

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{Do you have an idea of what a personal injury lawyer will do for you in case you contact him? He will help you confirm that the other person involved is guilty party, and also ascertain that there was a damage that led to injury

{Do you have an idea of what a personal injury lawyer will do for you in case you contact him? He will help you confirm that the other person involved is guilty party, and also ascertain that there was a damage that led to injury Source: Flickr {There are several personal injury lawyers who take

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Bankruptcy Forms – A New Manual

Bankruptcy Forms – A New Manual Source: Flickr Official Bankruptcy Forms have been adopted by the Judicial Conference to implement the new 2005 BAPCPA law. The supposed documents include the Interim Rules and Official Forms as well as Committee Notes and memoranda on the Interim Rules and Official Forms prepared by the Advisory Committee on

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Will the Estate Tax Ever Go Away?

Will the Estate Tax Ever Go Away? Source: Flickr The “Estate Tax” is the tax that the government puts on the assets that are transferred to your beneficiaries when you die. Taxable assets can include real estate, stocks, money in a bank account, and other valuable belongings. It does not look like the estate tax

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When You Need a Personal Injury Attorney…

When You Need a Personal Injury Attorney… Source: Flickr We’ve all seen the ads for a personal injury attorney on television, on billboards and in newspapers, but when should we consider consulting personal injury lawyers? A personal injury claim can be made when a person suffers an injury through the negligence of another person. Negligence

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Cheap Divorce

Cheap Divorce Source: Flickr Cheap divorce is possible if you are fully aware of all the possible expenses involved. And keep an eye on them. It may require double the effort and attention to try and keep your expenses down to a minimum. But if it really is your main goal and aim it will

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Child Support How Does it Work?

Child Support How Does it Work? Source: Flickr Child support is a court-ordered financial contribution paid by the parent who does not live with the children to the parent who does live with them. Each state has its own formula for calculating the correct amount that is paid for child support; however, the judge can

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Affording Legal Help Concerning Bankruptcy

Affording Legal Help Concerning Bankruptcy Source: Flickr Mails coming from different parts of the country, credit companies crowding your door. You feel like every creditor is hassling and harassing you from every corner of your life. You are broke and got no where to turn to. Whenever you consider the idea for filing for a

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Filing Bankruptcy – The Process

Filing Bankruptcy – The Process Source: Flickr Filing bankruptcy may not be easy as some people think it would be. Under the new Bankruptcy Code, people considering bankruptcy needs to submit more documents to qualify for the procedure. Right after submission of a petition for bankruptcy, detailed supporting documents and forms must be ready at

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Bankruptcy Trustee Is Advocate For Creditors

Bankruptcy Trustee Is Advocate For Creditors Source: Flickr When a client and their attorney file for bankruptcy it is not automatically presumed that everything listed on the petition is the exact truth. Attorneys generally will not file any claims knowing they are not accurate, but then again, the attorney is relying on the client’s honesty

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The Basics Of Estate Planning

The Basics Of Estate Planning Estate Planning may be a word that is encountered by many citizens especially the elderly. What is Estate Planning? What benefits does it provide to people? Estate Planning is a method of arranging and considering alternatives that will satisfy specific wishes and goals to prepare for things that may happen

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New Bankruptcy Laws

New Bankruptcy Laws Source: Flickr New bankruptcy laws are always being proposed in order to protect both people and creditors. Most proposals usually die in committee before ever being voted on by the full congress. Recently however, there have been some new laws that have sided with the creditors. Understanding new bankruptcy laws is something