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Blog Posts in February, 2012

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  • What Happens to Attorney Fees When I File Bankruptcy?
    What Happens to Attorney Fees When I File Bankruptcy?

    In your lifetime, you may incur debts related to legal services. In other words, you will probably end up owing one attorney a lot of money. So the question is then whether you can discharge attorney ...

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  • Average American Owes $78,000 in Debt
    Average American Owes $78,000 in Debt

    According to a recent study by Experian, the average American carries about $78,030.00 in debt. Here is the debt breakdown by age: U.S. debt and credit scores Generation Debt Credit Score Greatest ...

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  • OC Property Management Firm Grubb & Ellis Files for Bankruptcy
    OC Property Management Firm Grubb & Ellis Files for Bankruptcy

    Grubb & Ellis, a commerical real estate managment firm based in Santa Ana has filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. The bankruptcy filing in the Souther District of New York listed the companies assets as ...

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  • Who Will Know about My Bankruptcy?
    Who Will Know about My Bankruptcy?

    The first answer to this question would be your creditors. That is because your creditors are entitled to finding out and will receive notice from the Bankruptcy court. Your employer can also find out ...

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  • Does Filing for Bankruptcy Affect My Immigration Status or Citizenship Application?
    Does Filing for Bankruptcy Affect My Immigration Status or Citizenship Application?

    If you are an immigrant who is considering filing for bankruptcy, you may be concerned about how bankruptcy will affect your immigration status in the United States. Fortunately, you don't have much ...

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  • Positive Outlook Expected for California Economy
    Positive Outlook Expected for California Economy

    Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp release its annual report forecasting moderate economic growth for the state of California. Over the next two years, California is expected to add nearly ...

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