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Blog Posts in 2011

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  • Do People Have to Give up Their Cars, Houses and Other Assets in a Bankruptcy?
    Do People Have to Give up Their Cars, Houses and Other Assets in a Bankruptcy?

    In most cases, there is no reason why you need to give up your personal assets when it comes to filing for bankrutpcy. We would not recommend bankruptcy if our clients had to give up substantial ...

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  • Deficiency Judgments Affecting the Nation's Debt Crisis
    Deficiency Judgments Affecting the Nation's Debt Crisis

    We just read a very interesting article in the Wall Street Journal on home foreclosures and the possibility of deficiency judgments . Many people think that if their house is foreclosed on by a ...

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  • Famous Athletes Who Have Filed Bankruptcy
    Famous Athletes Who Have Filed Bankruptcy

    Filing bankruptcy is not an easy decision. But for those who want a fresh start , it's usually the best decision. We're big sports fans, particularly of our hometown Atlanta teams like the Major ...

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  • Do Suze Orman and Clark Howard really help?
    Do Suze Orman and Clark Howard really help?

    While practicing law, attorneys are asked many questions from a wide array of topics. In the bankruptcy , individuals often have very specifics questions that need careful and thoughtful answers. We ...

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  • Local Bankruptcy Attorneys Giving Back to Injured NFL Players
    Local Bankruptcy Attorneys Giving Back to Injured NFL Players

    In light of the recent lawsuit filed by seventy-five former National Football League (NFL) players against the NFL for the undisclosed, severe and lasting effects of the multiple injuries sustained ...

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  • The Bankruptcy Process in Georgia
    The Bankruptcy Process in Georgia

    Bankruptcy Law is federal law; meaning that the laws that govern the process of filing and navigating a bankruptcy case are supposed to be uniform throughout the entire United States federal court ...

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