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Blog Posts in October, 2015

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  • Bankruptcy: You can still take your medicine
    Bankruptcy: You can still take your medicine

    Question: I'm thinking of filing bankruptcy because I have too much debt. I need to know if I can still take my medicines that the doctor told me to take. Will anyone object to that? My debt has been ...

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  • Chapter 13: Some frequent questions
    Chapter 13: Some frequent questions

    Where are Trustee meetings held? In the Northern District of Georgia , bankruptcy court locations are in Atlanta, Rome, Gainesville and Newnan. What is the address of the Atlanta Bankruptcy Court? The ...

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  • Bankruptcy: taxes, divorce & child support
    Bankruptcy: taxes, divorce & child support

    What about tax debts? Millions of Americans face huge tax debts. The IRS and the Georgia Department of Revenue are very aggressive in collecting money. Bankruptcy can offer a solution to some peoples' ...

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  • What is a trustee meeting? What questions do they ask?
    What is a trustee meeting? What questions do they ask?

    What is the Trustee Meeting? We go with our clients to the trustee meeting (also called a creditor meeting or, simply, a "341"). The trustee meeting is held in a small conference room at one of the ...

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  • Chapter 13: Some Questions & Answers
    Chapter 13: Some Questions & Answers

    How much do I pay under the Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan? A Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves a monthly payment that we, as your bankruptcy attorneys, propose and is then reviewed and approved by the court ...

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  • Wage Garnishment: What are my Options?
    Wage Garnishment: What are my Options?

    Garnishment takes a huge amount of your check As bankruptcy lawyers, a frequent question we get is how to stop a wage garnishment. In the state of Georgia, a creditor can take up to 25% of your gross ...

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