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Emergency Bankruptcy Filing Without Full Fee

It is possible to file bankruptcy without paying the attorney fee in full. Generally, the attorney fee must be paid in full prior to filing the bankruptcy. This is because any fee owing at the time th… Read More
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Can I keep my tax refunds if I file for Bankruptcy?

DETROIT BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS Your Tax refunds are assets just like cash and other property you own. There are several different ways to handle tax refunds depending on the type of bankruptcy you f… Read More
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Rebuilding Credit After Filing Bankruptcy in Michigan

DETROIT BANKRUPTCY LAW FIRM It is true that a bankruptcy filing stays on your credit report for up to 10 years after filing. However this does not mean that your credit is ruined for 10 years and… Read More
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Do I Have to List All My Credit Cards in my Bankruptcy?

DETROIT BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS Generally, Yes. The Bankruptcy Code requires a debtor to treat all like creditors alike. This means  you cannot chose to list some creditors in a bankruptcy while kee… Read More
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Is Bankruptcy right for me?

DETROIT BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY Bankruptcy can be an invaluable tool and might be the right answer for your financial situation. If you answer yes to any of the following questions then please contact… Read More
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The Dos and Don’ts of Declaring Michigan Bankruptcy (Part A)

Bankruptcy often has a negative connotation, but this is in large part because of misconceptions that have escalated over time. Declaring bankruptcy in Michigan simply gives you a chance to eliminate… Read More
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After Declaring Bankruptcy in Michigan

After Declaring Bankruptcy in Michigan Once you declare bankruptcy in Michigan, you’ll undergo several stages. In most cases, bankruptcy lasts for 3 to 5 years before a discharge is given. To ma… Read More
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Afraid of Filing for Bankruptcy in Michigan?

For most people the decision to file bankruptcy in Michigan is extremely difficult. First, there is the fear of the unknown. Some people fear that their credit will be destroyed forever. Others fear… Read More
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How to Stop Wage Garnishments

If you owe a creditor money and fail to make your required payments, this lender may seek to get repaid by garnishing your wages. This means a percentage — usually not more than 25 percent &#… Read More
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Bankruptcy Rules Regarding Alimony, Spousal and Child Support

Divorce often puts tremendous strain on both spouse’s finances. One spouse is suddenly paying alimony, spousal or child support, while the other may be scrambling to find a job after staying hom… Read More
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