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Garnishing an employees wages
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How employees in Greenbelt can stop wage garnishments and regain control

Did you know that a Greenbelt bankruptcy attorney can stop any wage garnishment in Maryland by filing a bankruptcy case? No matter who is garnishing you—credit card, car loan, social security administration, etc. The power to stop a garnishment is in your hands.  Why are wage garnishments so harmful? When funds are seized by a creditor because you owe

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Do I need a Maryland bankruptcy attorney to file Chapter 7?

For many bankruptcy cases, bankruptcy attorneys are not required. The bankruptcy petition can be filled out on your own without the assistance of a bankruptcy lawyer. However, some bankruptcy forms require additional paperwork to be attached, so an attorney should always be consulted before filing bankruptcy. Legal advice is often needed to understand bankruptcy law

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Can a Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer stop a foreclosure on my house

Chapter 13 is an option that may help save your home from foreclosure. Your chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee will work with you to develop a repayment plan which will be tailored around your monthly budget. This type of bankruptcy allows an individual to develop a repayment plan with creditors, including mortgage companies instead of liquidating

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Tips to stop debt collector harassment
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How do I stop debt collector Harassment?

You owe a debt and have not paid it.  It may not be your fault, you may be in a tough financial position.  If this sounds like you, there are steps you can take and should consider protecting yourself from legal action and to stop the letters and phone calls.  If a debt collector or

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Student Loans and Bankruptcy: The Basic Guide

Student loan debt is a significant factor in the financial dilemmas many people face. If debt has significantly affected your life or you’re having trouble making payments, you may be considering bankruptcy as an option for debt relief. In this blog post, we go over the basics of what you need to know about student

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