Facing Foreclosure? Consider Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


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Many homeowners go through periods of financial difficulty, usually through no fault of their own. Unexpected issues like illnesses, injuries, the loss of a job, an economic downturn, or …

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Think a Trust Isn’t for You? This Might Surprise You!


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If you’re like many people, when you hear the word “trust” in the context of estate planning, you probably think about outrageously wealthy families or “trust fund babies” who will …

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Why is Chapter 7 Called a “Liquidation” Bankruptcy?


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If you’re considering bankruptcy and have started doing preliminary research, you may have come across the fact that some people refer to Chapter 7 bankruptcy as …

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Do You Need an Attorney to Create a Trust?


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With the proliferation of online “do it yourself” legal services, many people wonder whether they need to hire an attorney to perform various legal tasks. This is particularly true in …

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Can You Finance Large Purchases After Bankruptcy?


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There are many reasons that people who could benefit from filing for bankruptcy don’t. One of the most common is the misconception that once you file for bankruptcy, it is …

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Do You Need a Trust or a Will?


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Trusts and wills are both very popular and effective estate planning tools, and any even the most cursory do-it-yourself research into estate planning will undoubtedly mention both. …

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Bankruptcy Can Provide You With a Fresh Financial Start


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Few things can be as stressful as financial problems, especially when you find yourself stuck in a revolving door of debt. Each month, you’re paying as much as you can …

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How to Avoid a Guardianship Dispute


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The law allows courts to appoint guardians to make decisions for people who cannot take care of themselves. In order to be subject to a guardianship, a person must suffer …

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What Is a Will Codicil in Missouri?


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The law uses terms that don’t always make sense to people who haven’t been through law school, and “codicil“ is one of them. A will codicil is simply a …

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Drowning in Medical Debt? Chapter 7 May Help


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Medical debt is one of the most common causes of financial problems in the United States today. Even if you’re insured, an unexpected injury or illness can leave with tens-of-thousands …

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