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Georgia Bankruptcy

Am I liable for the medical bills of my spouse?

Click Here for the Podcast Version of this Post / As a general rule in Georgia, you are not legally liable for your spouse’s medical bills just by virtue of the marriage.  This question usually arises when one spouse has suffered an extreme trauma event like Covid-19 corona hospitalization, cancer, diabetes, heart attack or some …

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Benefits of Bankruptcy

Assessing the Benefits of Bankruptcy

If you are reading this article, you are likely asking yourself whether declaring bankruptcy is the right way to manage your debts. While making this decision takes research and careful thought, its best to decide sooner rather than later to place yourself in a better position for success. Below is a quick article to help …

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Cheap Divorces can Affect Bankruptcy

A Word of Warning: How Cheap Divorces can Affect Bankruptcy Later On

There are some situations where it may feel necessary to get a divorce that is quick, cheap, or both. While the circumstances leading up to these decisions vary depending on the individual, the end result is often the same: a botched job that is impossible to rework. What does a botched divorce look like, exactly? …

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Georgia Bankruptcy Exemptions

Georgia Bankruptcy Exemptions

The decision to file for bankruptcy in Georgia involves plenty of considerations. One of the biggest concerns among individuals and couples who feel bankruptcy is a possible solution to their debt problem is retaining some of their assets. For instance, does bankruptcy law allow them to keep their car? Their home? Their personal belongings? As …

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