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How Heavy Medical Debt Can be Relieved Through Bankruptcy

If you’ve had a serious illness or injury requiring extensive treatment, bills can quickly add up. In addition, you may be unable to work during the course of your recovery, which can compound your financial woes. If you cannot make the minimum payments on your medical bills and they continue to accumulate, you might consider Read More

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Should a Chapter 7 Debtor Ever Sign a Debt Reaffirmation, and Why?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy can offer you a fresh start by relieving you of the financial obligations you had to your creditors. Although most of your non-exempt property is liquidated during the process to pay off your debt, there may be some property you want to keep, such as real estate or a vehicle. Consequently, there Read More

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Financial Strategies During the COVID Economic Crisis

As a result of stay-at-home orders, job losses and business closures, the coronavirus pandemic has caused many families to suffer significant economic hardship. While filing for bankruptcy may be an option, there are also a number of financial strategies you should consider that can help you tackle your debt and protect your finances during these Read More

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What to Do If You Fail the Chapter 7 Means Test

In order to file for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7, you must be able to show that your average monthly income for the six months prior to your bankruptcy filing is below the median income for a household of your size in your state. This is because Chapter 7 bankruptcy is meant for people with Read More

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What Happens When Only One Spouse Files for Bankruptcy in Georgia?

The experienced Georgia bankruptcy lawyers at Jeff Field & Associates help married couples understand the possible positive and negative outcomes of filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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Does a Prior Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Block a Second Filing?

Georgia sees more bankruptcy filings than almost any other state, significantly exceeding the national average. This has been attributed to a combination of factors, among them state laws that protect creditors and leave consumers vulnerable and other laws that make it easy for people to seek debt relief in court. In such an economic environment, Read More

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How Does Bankruptcy Discharge Affect Your Credit?

While debt trouble is the prime motivation for declaring bankruptcy, debt relief is not the same thing as obtaining a clean slate for your credit rating. The fresh start afforded by bankruptcy unfortunately can come with the stigma of having once been a poor lending risk. Record of a bankruptcy will stay on your credit Read More

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Can I Afford a Lawyer to File for a Georgia Bankruptcy?

  Needless to say, if someone is considering filing for a Georgia bankruptcy, money is tight. One of the most common questions that come up when prospective clients discuss bankruptcy options is their concern that they cannot afford a lawyer. There are a few things to understand about the lawyer’s fee for a bankruptcy case. Read More

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Ending Georgia Wage Garnishments by Filing for Bankruptcy

After a creditor has obtained a judgment, the creditor may seek an order allowing garnishment of the debtor’s wages. If approved, this remedy generally allows a creditor to take up to 25 percent of the debtor’s disposable weekly earnings, which consist of gross pay after taxes, social security, state unemployment insurance, and employee retirement contributions. Read More

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What Is the “Means Test” in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If you are behind on your monthly bills and feel you are drowning in debt, filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can give you a fresh start. Simply put, a Chapter 7 forgives most of your debts while allowing you to keep some of your property and to rebuild your creditworthiness. As attractive as this Read More

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