Dealing with divorce, child custody, child support, and protection order proceedings are emotionally taxing ordeals. At a time where it feels like everything you hold dear is in jeopardy, you cannot afford to go it alone. The future of your children, your family, and financial safety should be your top priority.
Basic Estate Planning
How will your estate will be distributed when you pass away? Who will care for your young children if something happens to you? Who will have authority to make critical health decisions when you are legally incapacitated? Basic estate planning can answer these questions and provide you with peace of mind.
Sometimes referred to as a “total debt liquidation bankruptcy,” or a “straight bankruptcy,” Chapter 7 has generally been used by people who have few assets, but who carry a large amount of unsecured debt like credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, auto deficiencies or monies due from old apartment leases.
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