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  • Georgia Bankruptcy: Can I keep my house?
    Georgia Bankruptcy: Can I keep my house?

    Question: It’s getting too much. I just want to keep the house and get out of debt. I’m getting calls from debt collectors and collection agencies every day. They just keep calling asking for money. ...

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  • Georgia Bankruptcy: Can my business file bankruptcy?
    Georgia Bankruptcy: Can my business file bankruptcy?

    Question: I need to file a business bankruptcy because I’m losing money and my business is getting sued. I’ve started other businesses and some have worked out and I’ve sold them and made money. Other ...

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  • Can I file bankruptcy if I have a job?
    Can I file bankruptcy if I have a job?

    Question: I’m working and I’ve got a lot of debt and I think I should file bankruptcy. I work in sales and I’m actually making good money, but my bills each month are so high that my accountant said I ...

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  • I'm filing bankruptcy. Does my wife have to file?
    I'm filing bankruptcy. Does my wife have to file?

    Question: I need to know if my wife has to file bankruptcy with me. Can I just file bankruptcy by myself, or does my wife have to file too? The reason is that all the debt is in my name. It’s a second ...

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  • I owe money to family and friends. Can I eliminate these debts in bankruptcy?
    I owe money to family and friends. Can I eliminate these debts in bankruptcy?

    Question: I think it’s finally time to file bankruptcy and put an end to all this misery. I know going bankrupt is a great thing to do if you have too much debt and I know that it really gets rid of ...

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  • Do the right thing! File bankruptcy!
    Do the right thing! File bankruptcy!

    Question: Now I finally realize that doing the right thing means filing for bankruptcy. The right thing is getting out of debt, stopping the wage garnishment, and finally being able to save some money ...

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