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Choosing A Bankruptcy Attorney in Atlanta
A simple guide for the Atlanta consumer considering filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Getting Skin in the Game: How to Provide Stock Compensation to Employees
Providing common stock to employees is likely to raise their loyalty to the company because, as a stockholder, they have skin in the game and should want to see the company succeed and their investment grow.
Rule 144's Currenet Public Information Requirement
One of the requirements of Rule 144 is that the issuer have current public information available to the public at the time of the resale.
You Violated a Loan Covenant, Now What?
How to deal with your bank when you just can't pay them.
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How Medical Expenses Can Lead to Bankruptcy
The cost of healthcare in the United States has skyrocketed year after year. The healthcare industry is booming and while this is great for patients as they continue to receive excellent healthcare, this is also a huge burden on individuals who are stuck with an enormous amount in medical bills.
How can I protect my credit rating during divorce?
Protecting your credit rating during divorce.
Benefits of Debt Relief
Benefits of Debt Relief
Are Secret Accounts Really the Best Idea?
and especially child support. Many people are taking the necessary steps to prepare for their future in the event of a divorce. They are opening a separate account and hiding it from their spouse.
Who Gets the Debt: Divorce and Bankruptcy
Divorces can be very complex, especially when there are major financial obligations, property and debts to divide. The situation can get very messy when there is a huge financial loss at stake for one or both parties.
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