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Common Myths & Misconceptions About Bankruptcy

If you feel overwhelmed and drowning in debt, you might be contemplating filing for bankruptcy. Many people who struggle with debt get caught up in what they believe to be true about bankruptcy.
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Dispelling Estate Planning Misconceptions

The concept of estate planning is fairly straightforward—it involves the planning of your future and how your financial and physical assets will be dispersed to your loved ones after you’re gone.
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When Is Filing Bankruptcy a Good Option?

If you are in financial distress, receiving countless calls from debt collectors, and feel unsure about how to pay back your creditors, you might be wondering, “Should I file for bankruptcy?” Filing for bankruptcy is a serious decision that can entail long-term consequences for you and your family.
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Life After Bankruptcy and Repairing Your Credit

If you’ve recently declared bankruptcy or are thinking of doing so in the future, you’re probably wondering what your long-term future will look like after you’ve taken this crucial step. Contrary to what many people believe, bankruptcy will not ruin your financial life and can instead offer you a unique opportunity.
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Estate Planning for Young Adults

Most young adults don’t think about estate planning, especially if they are not married yet or do not have children. The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on the importance of estate planning, and now many young adults are finally realizing that estate planning may not be such a bad idea.
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How to Prepare for Bankruptcy

According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, California takes the lead in bankruptcy filings for 2021. Bankruptcy can be an excellent way to escape crushing financial debt. Filing for bankruptcy might make sense if you cannot repay debts and need a fresh start.
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Important Estate Planning Terms to Know

Estate planning is important for a variety of reasons. It is the surefire way to make sure that your wishes are respected if you become incapacitated or pass away. It protects your assets and makes sure that they pass to your loved ones once you are gone.
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