For Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Mississippi and elsewhere, exemptions are decidedly a good thing. We touched upon so-called “exempt assets” in an article addressing Chapter 7 bankruptcy on our firm’s website, and revisit the subject here
While millions of Americans have found debt relief by filing for bankruptcy, there are still a number of different concerns one may have before filing. Among these lists of concerns, a fear of losing a
An interrupted asset flow is undoubtedly a scary proposition for many Mississippi residents and other persons across the country. Most people focus conscientiously on their jobs and securing the income required to pay back responsibly
People challenged by unsustainable – and forever growing – debt obligations know well the feelings of hopelessness that being mired in debt can engender. Perhaps you are one of those people, whether in Mississippi or
There are many misconceptions about bankruptcy that can make people in Mississippi feel embarrassed or ashamed if they are in the position of possibly pursuing this option. Some people assume that filing for bankruptcy is
For many people with heavy debt, a major stress in life is creditor harassment. Through phone calls, letters and even interrupting people at work, creditors are often aggressive, sometimes to the point of illegality. In
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