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    Which Should Come First: Bankruptcy or Divorce?

    Which Should Come First: Bankruptcy or Divorce? Financial problems and divorce often go hand in hand. Because of this, many separating couples find themselves facing two major life changes at once—bankruptcy and divorce. This leads to an important question: should … Continue reading

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    When Should I File for Bankruptcy?

    Many bankruptcy clients come into our office weighed down by the burden of their debt. It is not uncommon for the client to come in with the notion that bankruptcy should be filed immediately so that he or she can discharge … Continue reading

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    Which Bankruptcy is Better?

    Which Bankruptcy is Better? Chapter 7 VS Chapter 13 Bankruptcy In the past, bankruptcy was viewed as the last resort and the most shameful thing that could ever happen to someone. However, these tough economic times have made it easier … Continue reading

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    What is an Involuntary Bankruptcy?

    When a debtor chooses to file bankruptcy, it is called a voluntary bankruptcy. However, in certain situations, a creditor could force a debtor into an involuntary bankruptcy. There are many requirements that must be met before your creditors can file … Continue reading

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    Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13

    Chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcies are the two most commonly used chapters for filing bankruptcy. Chapter 7 is generally referred to as a liquidation, Chapter 13 is usually called a reorganization. Your Bankruptcy attorney in Salt Lake City should be … Continue reading

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    Should I Give My Stuff Away Before Filing Bankruptcy?

    NO! Bankruptcy laws have been around since the founding of this great nation. The United State Constitution authorizes Congress to enact laws on the subject of bankruptcy. You are not the first person to think about having another family member … Continue reading

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    What is the Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy?

    The decision to file for bankruptcy usually comes after many months or even years of financial strain. One big source of stress during this time is the constant phone calls from creditors demanding payment of past due bills. This often … Continue reading

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    How Much Does it Cost to File Bankruptcy in Utah?

    The cost to file for bankruptcy varies depending on the complexity of the case; the attorney you hire; and whether you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. In this article, I will explain each of these three factors in more … Continue reading

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    How Does Filing Bankruptcy Stop a Foreclosure?

    As a bankruptcy lawyer in Salt Lake City, the use of bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure has become common. Let’s say it is the day before the bank is going to foreclose on your home. By this point you are … Continue reading

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    Utah Bankruptcy Exemptions by a Bankruptcy Attorney in Salt Lake City

    It is important to know that when you file for bankruptcy, you are NOT going to lose everything. On the contrary, the purpose of a bankruptcy is to get a FRESH START, not to start back from square one. It … Continue reading

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