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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Why Bankruptcy Is Not Just a Last Resort
    Why Bankruptcy Is Not Just a Last Resort

    If you’ve been struggling with debt for years, you have likely received advice (much of which may have been unsolicited) from friends, family members, professed experts, and the internet, telling you ...

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  • How the CARES Act Can Help Your Small Business
    How the CARES Act Can Help Your Small Business

    If you are a small business owner, you may be experiencing considerable hardship—especially if you have not been deemed an “essential business.” You may be examining ways to adjust your business ...

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  • Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?
    Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

    According to a recent report by Forbes, student loan debt surpassed $1.5 trillion in 2020. In 2018, the average level of debt for each borrower was $29,200, and that number is steadily rising—bringing ...

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  • 5 Reasons Why Now May Be the Best Time to File Bankruptcy
    5 Reasons Why Now May Be the Best Time to File Bankruptcy

    Before COVID-19 , you might have been steadily building your wealth, growing your business, or simply saving for a vacation. Or, perhaps, you were struggling for years to make ends meet. No matter ...

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  • Can Debt Collectors Seize Your Stimulus Check During COVID-19?
    Can Debt Collectors Seize Your Stimulus Check During COVID-19?

    For individuals and families who experienced a layoff or unexpected medical expense due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CARES Act promised a small yet welcome form of relief: the stimulus check. For ...

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  • What Is the SBRA—and Could It Save Your Small Business?
    What Is the SBRA—and Could It Save Your Small Business?

    Congress created the Bankruptcy Code to rescue the honest debtor from unmanageable financial adversity. Through bankruptcy, both individuals and businesses obtain a fresh start by restructuring, ...

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