Tag Archives: Adrienne Woods

Financial Literacy Symposium – Register Today!

Have your financial questions answered by financial coaching, credit repair and bankruptcy professionals – all under one roof! Financial Coaching  – Make good money but you have no idea where it goes? Feel like you’re “bad with money?” Learn how … Continue reading

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Individual Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed for people who, no matter how hard they work, will find it nearly impossible to ever pay off all their debts and be able to afford daily necessities at the same time. A sale of … Continue reading

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Avoidance Actions In Bankruptcy Law: Part I

A primary purpose of a bankruptcy proceeding is to gather all of the assets of a debtor for the distribution to creditors in accordance with bankruptcy principles. One such principle is that a debtor may not “prefer” one creditor over … Continue reading

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Is It Really Impossible To Have Your Student Loans Discharged Through Bankruptcy?

It’s been said that it’s impossible for student loans to be discharged, even if an individual files for bankruptcy. Although not technically true, the bar to do so is considerably high. However, there are legal steps a person may take … Continue reading

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