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Get Out Of The Debt Pit With Chapter 13 Or Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

By Jeffrey Kelly | April 16, 2018

Chapter 13 is a great tool for getting out of financial hell. It stops foreclosures, repossessions, garnishments and best of all…..those pesky creditor phone calls. Many people like to refer to Chapter 13 as the “catch your breath provision” of the bankruptcy code. In contrast to Chapter 13, Chapter 7 enables you to eliminate all …

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Bankruptcy – When Is It Time To Get Off The Fence?

By Jeffrey Kelly | April 16, 2018

Making the decision to get off the fence can be difficult.  Honestly, most of my bankruptcy clients stay on the fence until the last possible second. How can you know when it is time to file bankruptcy? I hope this article will answer this question for you. If you are thinking about getting out of …

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Kennesaw Bankruptcy – Free Yourself From Financial Bondage With Chapter 13 Or Chapter 7

By Jeffrey Kelly | April 10, 2018

Many people like to refer to Chapter 13 as the “catch your breath provision” of the bankruptcy code.  When creditors are coming down on you all at once demanding full payment today, Chapter 13 allows you step back, catch breath, and pay them back over a reasonable period of time. In contrast to Chapter 13, …

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Creditor Lawsuits In Georgia

By Jeffrey Kelly | April 6, 2018

Typically, a collection lawsuit gives 30 days for the defendant to file a response with the court.  In Georgia, when a collection lawsuit is filed against you, someone from the local sheriff’s office will drive out to your house and personally serve you or whoever answers the door. A response to a collection lawsuit is …

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Can you freeze your credit while in an active Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

By Jeffrey Kelly | September 29, 2017

Data breach level to maximum modern conceptual meter, isolated on white background. Yes, you can freeze your credit while you are in an active Chapter 13 bankruptcy. There is nothing in the bankruptcy code that would prohibit freezing your own credit. This past week, we have received many calls from concerned clients asking this question …

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Can you sell your house while you are in an active Chapter 13?

By Jeffrey Kelly | August 19, 2017

The current real estate market is hotter than it has been in years.  As a consequence, we have recently seen some Chapter 13 clients who would like to cash in and sell their house.  Can you do it while you are in an active Chapter 13?  The answer is yes as long as you get …

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