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July 10, 2010. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ Florida Attorney's Solutions to the Consumer Debt Trap ]
Miami, FL Attorney Stephen Nagin is a big picture guy. A well-known Florida attorney and an expert in debt settlement for consumers, Nagin sees even more cash flow trouble for people in the southern states that are directly or indirectly affected by the BP catastrophe.
February 3, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Read [ Filing for Bankruptcy Is the Latest in a String of Financial Losses for Clinic ]
Chicago, IL For the East Chicago Community Health Center, filing for bankruptcy may have seemed inevitable. The institution just endured its fifth consecutive year of financial loss, prompting the removal of its founder and CEO, Cornell Brantley, and the resignation of its CFO, Ricardo Perez.
December 8, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Read [ New York's Off Track Betting Corporation Files for Bankruptcy ]
New York, NY The Off Track Betting Corporation, one of the oldest legalized gaming companies in the country, recently announced that it will be seeking bankruptcy protection citing dwindling profits and a need for reorganization.
November 7, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ More Banks Close, Bankruptcies Expected to Rise ]
Washington, DC While it was painful, the recent bankruptcy of General Motors (GM) shows that bankruptcy law can be a viable option in the face of insurvivable bankruptcy debt and other challenges stemming from an injured economy. As with GM, many companies and private individuals have emerged from the pain of bankruptcy stronger, with the help of a personal bankruptcy lawyer. But there are still problems out there and according to the Washington Post regulators shut the doors of more banks November 6th.
October 6, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Bankruptcy Debt Requires a Good Bankruptcy Lawyer ]
Toledo, OH The financial meltdown of 2008 has had a huge impact on bankruptcy. Not surprisingly it's up—way up, as bankruptcy debt stemming from the lingering fiscal crisis of last year sent Americans fleeing to their bankruptcy lawyer with the prospect of bankruptcy debt settlement as the only means to survive such troubled times.
September 18, 2009. By Charles Benson.
Durham, NC: Mainline Contracting, a company that reported more than $80 million in revenue last year, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.Read [ Construction company files for bankruptcy, owes as much as $50M ]
September 4, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ In Bankruptcy Tied to Divorce, Expectations Are Changing ]
Valrico, FL There is brave talk about one of the worst recessions in history finally ending. That said, bankruptcy and bankruptcy debt continues to be a factor for more and more Americans. Bankruptcy law allows for the means to start again, but the road is hard and the involvement of a personal bankruptcy lawyer is a given.
August 20, 2009. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Increase in Personal Bankruptcies Driven by Health Costs ]
Washington, DCBankruptcy is something we all fear. Beyond the thought of running afoul of bankruptcy law and the need to secure the services of a personal bankruptcy lawyer, is the hit on personal pride that debt and bankruptcy is certain to deliver. The reality however is that for most, bankruptcy debt is anything but the root cause.
May 26, 2009. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ Firm Turns the Tables on Debt Collectors ]
Albany, NY Strict rules protect people who fall into debt from bill collection agencies that use unscrupulous tactics. Unfortunately, there are also armies of debt collectors that routinely break the law. Attorney Chris Gleason, who specializes in bankruptcy and debt repayment issues, says the bad economy has led to some egregious examples of bill collectors zealously breaking the rules of engagement. "Every day, people call me and tell me these incredible stories and I think you must be making this up," says Gleason. "It is just getting worse and worse!"
December 17, 2008. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ Zombie Debt Collectors – Lower 'n a Snake's Belly ]
New York, NY These are tough times and as many as one million Americans will experience the pain and shame of going through personal bankruptcy this year. Unfortunately, it also makes them a perfect mark for fraud artists. New York bankruptcy attorney and all round good guy, Charles Juntikka says he gets at least one call a day at his New York office from former clients that are being tapped by phony debt collectors. "I tell them, 'don't you dare give those people any money, you don't have to, they can't sue you, and they can't hurt you'. It is really terrible."
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- Energy Company Plans to File Bankruptcy By Ginger Gillenwater (Mar-27-08)
- Bankruptcy Debt Help: Interview with Bankruptcy Lawyer By Jane Mundy (Mar-12-08)
- Budget Woes May Force Vallejo to Declare Bankruptcy By Ginger Gillenwater (Mar-3-08)
- ATM Financial Files Bankruptcy Amid Fraud Accusations By Ginger Gillenwater (Feb-17-08)
- Hospitals Allegedly May Hold at Least One Purse String of Personal Bankruptcies By Delsia Hartford (Feb-12-08)
- Mike Nifong, Former Durham D.A., Files Bankruptcy By Ginger Gillenwater (Feb-11-08)
- Bankrupt and Belly Up By Jane Mundy (Feb-10-08)
- Bankruptcy Debt Help: When You're In Over Your Head By Gordon Gibb (Feb-8-08)
- Supplier for Chrysler Files Bankruptcy By Ginger Gillenwater (Feb-4-08)