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Member, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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In re Bell 700 F.2d 1053 (6th Cir. 1983)
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Information
Do You Qualify for a Fresh Financial Start? In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can literally say goodbye to certain debts. Eligible debts are discharged by the court, giving you a fresh start and peace of mind.
by Richard Weaver
Illinois Adoptees Can Receive Original Birth Certificates Thanks to Illinois Adoption Law
The law allows disclosure to both adoptees and surrendered persons born in the state of Illinois, unless the birth parents specified they did not wish to have such information released.
by Sharon Mulyk
Rebuilding Good Credit
There are many reasons why someone might be afraid to file bankruptcy and the lion’s share of those reasons revolve around fear of what their financial future will look like if they do. This is especially the case when it comes to issues of credit and understandably so.
by Kevin Cortright