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Societal Stigma from Filing

The social stigma of bankruptcy has always been a major component in today’s society, and usually, the term bankruptcy produces negative connotations. People tend to associate the term with unfortunate aspects revolving around the inability to pay one’s debt. This...

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Fresh Start With Texas Bankruptcy

The new year is upon us and you may have spent more than you should have. Maybe you spent little because you had nothing. Maybe you were just scared of spending too much because your job is in jeopardy. Bankruptcy is always an option, but not always your best option....

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Win in Texas Bankruptcy Court

Texas bankruptcy court can seem scary. But once you get this process done, you can start seeing some financial changes in your life. If you're filing Texas Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you might save tens of thousands of dollars. If you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may...

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When Not to File Texas Bankruptcy

There are certain reasons you may not want to file for bankruptcy help. If you owe a lot of money, it can be tempting, and sometimes smart. However, this guide looks at both sides of the issue – the times when you should not file and the times you should. When Not to...

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Why File Dallas Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy can change your life when used right. Thousands file bankruptcy successfully in Texas every year. Why? That is the subject of this guide. We'll focus on the advantages of filing Texas Chapter 7 bankruptcy. How Does a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Work? Chapter 7...

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Bankruptcy Law is complex, dense and difficult for many to understand. With the recent changes to the United States Bankruptcy Code, the task of navigating a bankruptcy filing has become even more cumbersome. With over a decade of experience, Robert A. Higgins & Associates is ready to help your case.
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Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Types of Bankruptcy

For consumers, Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 are the two most common types of bankruptcy. Which one is right for you? Choosing the right chapter of the bankruptcy code to excercise is extremely important. Our expert legal staff will guide you through the important selection process
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