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Category: Bankruptcy

Attorney C. Stephen Gurdin Jr. has assisted countless Pennsylvania clients start over by filing for Chapter 7, Ch. 11, or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy-benefits-get your credit back

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Bankruptcy-benefits Considering bankruptcy? you have a lot on your mind. Let me help you start fresh. I can show you the bankruptcy-benefits. I will evaluate your case, determine if you are eligible for bankruptcy, and tell you what type of bankruptcy you need. Then I will file it for you. Creditors will to stop calling. […]

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Operating a business as a sole proprietor

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Operating as a Proprietor Operating as a proprietor you own your business assets and personally operate your business. You are treated as one with the business for tax purposes. A sole proprietor is personally liable for the contracts and activities of the business. Your personal and your business assets are exposed to all personal and […]

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Bankruptcy is it right for you ?

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  Filing for Bankruptcy is not right for everyone.  It provides relief from debt. If you struggle every day with mounting debt, find out if bankruptcy can provide you with the relief you deserve. Start with a knowledgeable lawyer on your side. This lawyer  can help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you. First […]

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The 341 meeting

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The 341 meeting The debtor must appear and submit to oral examination, under oath, at a meeting of creditors convened (called brought together and conducted) under section 341 of the Bankruptcy Code. The meeting is convened (called and brought together and conducted) by a trustee appointed by the Office of the United States Trustee, a […]

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THE FEDERAL EXEMPTIONS AS ESTABLISHED BY CONGRESS

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THE FEDERAL EXEMPTIONS AS ESTABLISHED BY CONGRESS Certain property which falls within the description of property of the estate is exempted either by exemptions established by the U.S. Congress, called Federal Exemptions, or by exemptions established by states, called State Exemptions. in some states Debtors are free to choose either the Federal or the State […]

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