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5 Famous People Who Went Bankrupt

Posted on : September 26, 2015
Texas Bankruptcy Attorney
Many people file for bankruptcy, even famous people who have earned millions of dollars through television, film, or winning the lottery. Often, the financial woes of the affluent are exacerbated because they are more in debt than the average person. Here are 5 famous people who ended up going bankrupt, and what to do if [Read More]
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Bankruptcy and Social Security

Posted on : September 14, 2015
Can a Bankruptcy Trustee Take My Social Security? When you file a petition for bankruptcy, you are asking for court-ordered protection from your creditors. A court-appointed trustee will take any assets the law does not exempt from seizure. These assets, which can include personal property, vehicles, cash and a portion of your wages, are taken [Read More]
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What is Debt Consolidation?

Posted on : April 25, 2015
Tyler Texas, Debt Consolidation
Many people in Texas struggle with debt. If you are having difficulties paying your bills, you’re not alone. There are many options to help you get back on your feet financially, and a bankruptcy attorney can help you determine which is the right fit for your situation. Debt consolidation may be one such option. Here’s [Read More]
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The Myth of the “Judgment-Proof” Debtor 1

Posted on : April 13, 2015
The Nyth of Judgement Proof Debtors
Debtors often believe that because they own no real property that creditors have little or no recourse against them. That is simply not the case. Even if a debtor has no real property to attach a judgment, the consequences of not dealing with debts and poor credit can be devastating. Lawsuits can force you to [Read More]
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The Myth of the “Judgment-Proof” Debtor

Posted on : June 10, 2013
Treasury Overpayment
Debtors often believe that because they own no real property that creditors have little or no recourse against them. That is simply not the case. Even if a debtor has no real property to attach a judgment, the consequences of not dealing with debts and poor credit can be devastating. Lawsuits can force you to [Read More]
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