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Bankruptcy – What is the next step if you are ready to file?

If you have decided to file bankruptcy in Northwest Georgia, the next step is to call my office at 1-888-832-8249 to schedule an appointment.  I have offices located throughout Northwest Georgia in Dalton, Cartersville, Rome and Dallas.  Currently, I take late evening appointments in Rome on Thursdays. During this first appointment, we will go over your

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Bankruptcy Attorneys in other regions

Florida Robert J. Pelligrino, P.A. 527 Hearthglen Boulevard Winter Garden, Florida 34787 407-574-5100 (phone) 407-362-1638 (fax) www.afreshfinancialstart.com The pressures of financial crises may lead to the need to declare bankruptcy. Bankruptcy lawyers protect your business from creditors when you are going through a bankruptcy filing. Our experienced Attorney at Law Office of Jeffery B. Kelly

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Bankruptcy – Will I have to go to court if I file?

If you file bankruptcy in Northwest Georgia, you will have to go to court with your bankruptcy attorney in Rome, Georgia. When you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must attend two court hearings.  The first is called the section 341 meeting of creditors and the second one is called your confirmation hearing.  If you have

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Bankruptcy – Can you wipe out bad checks in a Georgia Bankruptcy?

No.  Bankruptcy does not protect you from criminal prosecution for writing bad checks.  In fact, bankruptcy does not protect you from any criminal prosecution. I spoke with a client in my Rome Georgia office a few weeks ago who wrote some bad checks to a local grocery store. She told me that she was buying

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Georgia Bankruptcy – After Discharge, Can the Unsecured Creditors Sue Me?

If your Georgia bankruptcy case has been discharged, none of your creditors can ever come after you.  Every single unsecured creditor that you  have listed in your case is barred from ever making any attempt to collect from you again.  If they do, they can be held liable by the  Georgia Bankruptcy Court for violating

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