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  • Make Sure to Check Your Credit Report After Filing for Bankruptcy!
    Make Sure to Check Your Credit Report After Filing for Bankruptcy!

    Bankruptcy and Credit Score go hand in hand for a lot of people. Often because there is a mistaken belief that they should avoid bankruptcy whenever possible since it has an adverse effect on their ...

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  • What You Should Know About Stopping Wage Garnishment
    What You Should Know About Stopping Wage Garnishment

    Stop wage garnishment today with a Stockbridge GA bankruptcy attorney that doesn’t let debtors push you around. One of the first lines of attack creditors use is to legally garnish it from your ...

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  • An Extensive Guide to Rebuild Your Credit after Bankruptcy
    An Extensive Guide to Rebuild Your Credit after Bankruptcy

    Many people are afraid that filing for bankruptcy will damage their credit so extensively that it can never be repaired. The fact is that your credit is diminishing each day that debts are allowed to ...

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  • Which Debts can be discharged in Bankruptcy?
    Which Debts can be discharged in Bankruptcy?

    Our bankruptcy attorneys at The Bankruptcy Law Group have the experience to get you through any personal bankruptcy filing . One question we are often asked about GA bankruptcy is, “What debts can be ...

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  • What Kind of Bankruptcy Should I File?
    What Kind of Bankruptcy Should I File?

    Our experienced bankruptcy lawyers know that it isn’t easy to decide whether or not to file for debt relief through the court, and it shouldn’t be. Filing for bankruptcy in GA has become tougher in ...

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  • Will a GA Bankruptcy Affect Your Spouse?
    Will a GA Bankruptcy Affect Your Spouse?

    A great attorney will tell you that if you choose to file bankruptcy in GA , as long as your spouse isn’t legally linked to your debts, the spouse's credit score won't take a hit. Marriage and ...

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