The Benefits Of Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy comes with a certain amount of stigma in the United States, so it might seem strange to consider the benefits of a bankruptcy filing. But for some people struggling with insurmountable debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy can represent a fresh start, and a chance to get their financial lives back on track. We have seen this process first-hand.
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Top Questions About Joint Child Custody in Georgia

If you’re in the midst of divorce in Georgia and you have kids, you probably have a number of urgent concerns about what your life with them will look like after the divorce—such as who will have primary parenting responsibilities, how often you and your spouse will see the kids, what visitation will look like, and who gets final say on crucial parenting decisions.
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What Happens When You File for Bankruptcy in Georgia?

The process of filing for bankruptcy depends on whether you’re filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 - the two most common types of bankruptcy for individuals. The specifics of your finances and assets have an effect on the process as well. Here’s an overview for both types of bankruptcy.
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Do You Need a Lawyer to File for Bankruptcy in Georgia?

Filing for bankruptcy is complicated, has serious implications on your future finances, and you’re not always guaranteed to get all of your debts wiped clean. Here are a few reasons you shouldn’t attempt it without the help of a qualified bankruptcy attorney.
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5 Pitfalls of a High-Net-Worth Divorce

High-net-worth divorces are more complicated, more acrimonious, and more expensive than those between couples who don’t have deep financial resources. Here are some reasons why, and a few important pitfalls to avoid.
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Can I Keep My Divorce Records Private?

Divorce proceedings are a matter of public record in Georgia, as they are in other states, if you handle your divorce in court. Anyone can request to see your divorce records, generally by going through the Georgia Department of Public Health. But what if you don’t want the record of your divorce to be public?
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