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Even before the advent of the credit card industry, pioneers, patriots and presidents alike found themselves in tough financial straits. According to Roland Gary Jones, Esq., author of Bankruptcies and Money Disasters of the Rich and Famous, Abraham Lincoln went bust running a grocery store before falling back on politics. Even as he ran for

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I joined Bold Talk Business Radio talk show host Donna Anselmo for a live stream on  TalkNetworkRadio.com Tuesday, February 15. We discussed issues on the minds of people dealing with debt, especially questions relating to bankruptcy.  The interview will stream again today and Friday in the 1 PM EST time slot on TalkNetworkRadio.com, or you

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When filing for bankruptcy on behalf of a client, an attorney must consider how to best protect the client’s assets. During bankruptcy proceedings, the court reviews the petitioner’s assets to determine the debtor’s ability to repay creditors. The court then may require sale of the debtor’s property to reimburse creditors and/or cover court costs. The

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