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How can businesses best prepare for bankruptcy?

It is never the best sign for a business to consider declaring bankruptcy, but it is not always a vital blow to a company or its brand. Certain types of bankruptcy allow some organizations to continue operations while they work out their abilities to settle debts in the near future.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help those with credit card debt

The New York Federal Reserve reports that, collectively, Americans have over $830 billion in credit card debt. This number may be staggering to some, but others may not be so surprised. After all, there are many reasons why people in New Hampshire and nationwide are relying on credit cards, even if it is to their detriment.

Woman charged in child endangerment case

Parenting, according to some, is the hardest job a person will ever love. This adage captures the joys and frustrations that come along with a child in a person's care. Given the importance of a safe and healthy upbringing, it is no surprise how far some parents would go to secure legal custody of a child.

How can I avoid a confrontational divorce?

If you are headed towards the end of a marriage, it is easy to look on the bad side of things. It is hard to see during the process, but divorce can create a lot of space and opportunities for former spouses. It is easier to get to that peaceful and constructive space if a divorce is done consciously and carefully.

Dividing property in a New Hampshire divorce

Married couples in New Hampshire may spend years or even decades amassing numerous assets. They may own a home together, automobiles, furniture, electronics, retirement accounts, bank accounts and more. However, if the couple decides to divorce, decisions will need to be made about how to divide these assets.

Defending your parenting time after divorce

When parents divorce, it is rarely easy to pick up the pieces and move forward, especially when they share custody of a child. Far too often, parents use this division of time with their child as a way to punish each other, which courts do not view kindly.

New Hampshire sees fewest bankruptcies in years

No one starts a career or makes an investment thinking about how it could go wrong. Smart financial moves often involve risk, and some people can lose everything without making any predictable mistakes. This is one of the reasons that bankruptcy allows people with heavy debt to attempt to start over and recover from the past.

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Whether you have a family law issue, an estate planning question or are considering bankruptcy, I can help you find a sustainable solution that provides relief and hope. Schedule your consultation at my Nashua, New Hampshire office today by calling 603-635-4149 or by sending us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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