By Jeff Field | Published April 24, 2014 | |
Although not all creditors can or will garnish your wages, when you owe debt, aggressive creditors can do so. They must follow a specific process, but unscrupulous creditors may take advantage of consumers who are unaware of their rights. Athens Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers keep you informed of your rights and protect you along the Read MoreRead More
Many people worry about the tax ramifications of canceled debt and foreclosures when they consider filing for bankruptcy, and rightly so. No one wants to get the “fresh start” bankruptcy affords just to be hit with massive taxes the following April. However, when you receive a discharge of your debts in bankruptcy, you do NOT Read MoreRead More
For individual debtors, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the most common personal bankruptcy filings in Georgia and likely in every other state as well. Both types have certain eligibility requirements, and in some cases, people may not qualify for either. Chapter 7 eligibility requires petitioners to pass a means test that considers their income Read MoreRead More
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