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Why you may need help determining if you qualify for Chapter 7

When a person is experiencing significant financial problems, they will often do everything in their power to try to stay afloat, whether that means taking on another job, cutting unnecessary costs or making only minimum monthly payments until they can catch up.

Committed to assisting those with post-divorce financial problems

Once the decision is made to pursue a divorce, there is no question that things are rapidly going to become difficult from an emotional perspective, meaning difficult for the spouses, difficult for the kids, and difficult for friends and other family members.

How did Arkansas do in a financial habits survey?

It often seems as if every time you log onto the Internet, there is yet another survey ranking the individual states. Indeed, a quick query on a search engine will turn up state rankings for everything from driving skills and population health to education access and divorce rates.

Courts just saying no to bankruptcy protection for pot businesses

It may seem hard to believe but the number of states that have legalized marijuana in some capacity -- either medicinal or recreational -- currently sits at 23. While it seems unlikely that this will happen here in Arkansas anytime soon, it has nevertheless been a fascinating phenomenon to monitor from a criminal law, business law and, most recently, bankruptcy law perspective.

Is there such a thing as too many when it comes to credit cards?

As hard as we may try to avoid it, we are constantly bombarded with advertisements for credit cards. While these solicitations often take the form of personalized entreaties arriving via the mail and email, they can also take a more subtle and indirect form like Internet banner ads and, of course, television commercials.

Tips for Millennials on how to get good credit, avoid bankruptcy

One time belonging to the baby boomers, the group that now makes up the largest segment of the United States population, is the Millennials, or Generation Y. These individuals—defined as being between the ages of 19 and 34—have different financial concerns than previous generations. According to a recent analysis conducted by Experian, they are the least credit savvy. To improve their financial position and possibly avoid having to file for bankruptcy, there are several things that members of this generation can do.

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