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Blog Posts in March, 2013

Can An Incompetent Person File for Bankruptcy With a Power of Attorney?

Power of Attorney and Filing for Bankruptcy For many families and individuals, medical problems have contributed to financial issues that now require them to file for bankruptcy. A person who has ...
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How to Find an Experienced Riverside Bankruptcy Lawyer?

If you are considering bankruptcy as an option or would just like to consult a local Riverside bankruptcy attorney regarding your financial situation the first step is to find a reputable and ...
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When Can You File a New Bankruptcy If You Filed Bankruptcy in the Past

My last blog was about the timing rules about when you can file a new bankruptcy after having filed one before. But th ey only apply if you got a discharge of your debts in that prior case. Those ...
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If You Filed Bankruptcy Right Before the 2005 Law Change, You Can Likely File Again Now or Very Soon

Although you'd hope that a single bankruptcy is all that you would ever need, if you ever DO need that relief again it's good to know when it does become available. Did You File Bankruptcy During or ...
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U.S. Dept. of Justice Sues Standard & Poor's For $5 Billion in a Southern California Federal Court

Last month the federal Department of Justice filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Central District (the Los Angeles area) that is one of the most significant ones ever brought related to the ...
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What Happens to Your Home, If You Cannot Afford Your Chapter 13?

A Chapter 13 payment plan is a remarkably good way to catch up on back mortgage payments, but it's also a good way to keep options open on your home if things don't go as planned. Chapter 13's Unique ...
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