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Three Reasons Why Bankruptcy May Be Your Best Choice To Relieve Financial Distress

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3 Reasons to File Bankruptcy There are few things as frightening as financial struggles. Not knowing where your next paycheck is coming from or when it’s coming, facing threats from bill collectors, knowing that foreclosure of your home could be on the horizon, and all of the other things that can arise when money is […]

Three Ways Your Bankruptcy Could Affect Your Kids

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Bankruptcy and Kids If you’re like most parents who try their best to protect and provide for their children, you’ve likely made at least a few decisions based on how your kids will be affected. Life changes once you’re responsible for other people and knowing that a choice you make could negatively impact your children […]

Tips for Avoiding Bankruptcy Case Dismissal

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Prevent Dismissal of a Bankruptcy Case Bankruptcy can be a simple process that can help you manage your debt, but unfortunately, many people encounter complications when they file. Sometimes, these complications lead to the dismissal of the case and a person’s financial situation is worse than when they decided to file. In many cases, the […]

Robert M. Geller Certified Bankruptcy Attorney

Robert M. Geller Will Appear Live Friday, August 9, 2019 to Discuss Bankruptcy and Answer Questions about Debt Resolution, Facts about Bankruptcy and What Happens When You File Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Attorney Robert M. Geller will appear live on the Money Talk Radio Show this Friday, June 28th at 9 am to discuss a variety […]

What are Your Bankruptcy Options?

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How Bankruptcy Works Bankruptcy can be a powerful tool to help you get back on track financially. But before you file, it’s important to understand that filing for bankruptcy can mean different things for different people. In some cases, bankruptcy will eliminate all of your debts and give you a completely fresh start. For others, […]

Bankruptcy and Your Tax Return

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How Bankruptcy Can Affect a Tax Return Receiving an income tax return can feel great and help you get caught up on debts you’ve fallen behind on. Despite having the option of “breaking even” and not paying as much in payroll taxes throughout the year, some people enjoy receiving a refund check. Unfortunately, the joy […]

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Are Debt Relief Sevices Legit? If you feel as if you are drowning in debt you’ve no doubt considered a number of options to help you. People struggling with finances often take drastic measures to alleviate their circumstances. Unfortunately, these drastic circumstances aren’t always helpful. Many of the debt relief solutions that exist aren’t solutions […]

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Avoid These Common Financial Mistakes After Filing for Bankruptcy Managing your finances after bankruptcy can be a challenge, especially if you struggled before you filed. Credit and financial counseling are part of the bankruptcy process, but with everything else going on it can be difficult to remember and apply everything you learn. For many people, […]

Tips for Handling Creditor Harassment

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Creditor Harassment and Bankruptcy Dealing with a significant amount of debt is difficult enough, but when creditors began hounding you for payment the situation can feel as if it has spiraled out of control. Despite the limits placed on debt collectors by law, there are still plenty who harass debtors. In some cases, the actions […]

Unexpected Debts that Can Lead to Bankruptcy

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Unexpected debt can cause financial issues and Bankruptcy Unemployment, poor management of credit cards and even divorce can push people into serious debt. In some cases, however, debt can come from unexpected sources – even some that may present themselves as opportunities. And knowing how and when these more surprising sources of debt can arise […]

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Sneaky Ways Debt Collectors Try to Take Your Money after You File for Bankruptcy and How to Protect Yourself

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