Filing for bankruptcy is a big life decision and should be carefully considered. Many turn to family and friends to ask for advice before taking action. Others may feel ashamed or too shy to address their financial problems with those closest to them. Whatever your choice is on consulting others, you shouldn’t have to go through your bankruptcy alone.

3 Ways to Save before Hiring a Bankruptcy Attorney

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3 Ways to Save before Hiring a Bankruptcy AttorneyPlease join our founding partner, Charlie Luh at the upcoming twelfth annual Arkansas Literary Festival.  The Festival is April 23-26, 2015 at the Central Arkansas Library System’s Main Library campus and many other Little Rock venues.

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One of the primary goals of bankruptcy is obtaining a discharge of all of your dischargeable debts.  We have already discussed when the discharge order should be issued (i.e., approximately 120 days from the day you file bankruptcy).  A lot of people have asked us, “what do the bankruptcy discharge papers actually look like.”  It seems a little underwhelming, but the discharge order is actually just a few sentences and reads:

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