Georgia Bankruptcy

Can I Lose My Car in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? The Georgia Auto Exemption

Many debtors who want to file bankruptcy worry about the same issue: Can I lose my car in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy? Most debtors incorrectly assume that their vehicles are automatically safe in a bankruptcy. Unfortunately, that is not the case. All debtors should ensure that they take the proper precautions before filing and inquire …

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Bankruptcy and Security Clearance Revocation

Many people who work at Dobbins A.R.B., Moody A.F.B., Kings Bay N.S.B., or a company that supports these installations, put off necessary bankruptcy filings because they fear that such a move will result in the security clearance revocation. While financial problems may have an adverse effect, there is not a direct relationship between consumer bankruptcy …

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3 Frequently Asked Questions About Rome Bankruptcy Filings

Q: How can bankruptcy help people who are in foreclosure? A: Many people have homes that are currently in foreclosure. While bankruptcy is not something that every person in foreclosure should end up filing, the vast majority of people in foreclosure should at least consider bankruptcy as an option. There are advantages to filing both …

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Marietta Daily Journal Reports that Foreclosures are Down in Cobb County

The Marietta Daily Journal reported today that May 2016 foreclosures continue the downward trend. Increasing house values have brought the foreclosure wave to an end. I’m seeing new neighborhoods going up all over Kennesaw. The paper states: The number of foreclosures in Cobb advertsised for the May auction is down by 87 compared to this …

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Judicial Estoppel – 11th Circuit Got It Wrong In Slater Bankruptcy Case

The 11th Circuit missed the boat in the per curiam Slater decision. The doctrine of judicial estoppel should not apply in a bankruptcy case until a discharge has occurred. You may be asking yourself, “What the heck is judicial estoppel and why should I care?” Judicial Estoppel Defined The equitable doctrine of judicial estoppel, also …

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