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Bankruptcy and Credit Cards: An Overview

Due to the recent economic crisis, many Georgians have found that they cannot continue to support their household because their income is not keeping pace with their debts. Many families have seen their credit card balances in particular rise because of the need for...

What is a 2004 Bankruptcy Examination?

Many Georgian families have contacted our office to speak to one of our experienced staff members about the bankruptcy options available to families who are having trouble paying their bills every month. Depending on the person’s personal circumstances, filing for...

How Divorce May Impact Bankruptcy

In the past year, Georgian families have contacted our office to speak to a bankruptcy attorney about the legal options available to families who, due to the recent economic crisis, are having trouble meeting their monthly debt obligations. These families and...

What is a Chapter 13 Hardship Discharge?

There are two main types of bankruptcies that a person or a family can file – Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Both types of cases have their own advantages and disadvantages, and the best way to find out which case is best for you is to contact our office and speak to an...

What are Bankruptcy Trustees and What Do They Do?

Before beginning the bankruptcy process, it is very important to understand exactly what the process entails and who is involved. In a typical Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, there are five (5) parties: the person who files the bankruptcy (called the debtor), the debtor’s...