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What Does Life Look Like in The Aftermath of A Bankruptcy?

For anyone who is considering bankruptcy, because they are struggling with a financial hardship: schedule a free consultation with us. You are going to save in the long run.

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Minnesota Business Owner Looks for “Fresh Start” with Chapter 7 Filing

At the Atlas Law Firm, we specialize in providing Minnesota bankruptcy information to a variety of clients and have much experience handling the unique needs of entrepreneurs and business owners.

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How Long Does Someone Have To Respond To The Lawsuit Notice?

You have 20 days to respond to the lawsuit notice. You are not going to get a notice from the court that sets a hearing date.

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What Types of Income or Funds Are Exempt from Garnishment?

In some cases, you may discover that your bank account has been garnished seemingly without your knowledge.

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What Is the Redemption Period in The Minnesota Foreclosure Process?

In Minnesota, you have certain rights during the first year of the foreclosure process that enable you to keep possession of your home.

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Bankruptcy Form: Objection to Claim – Chapter 13

This bankruptcy form Notice of Objecton to Proof of Claim and Notice of Hearing and Objection to Claim can be used in Chapter 13 bankruptcy by a debtor’s attorney to object to the proof of claim of a creditor who has overstated the amount due.

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8 Steps to Surviving Bankruptcy in Minnesota

Bankruptcy is a difficult decision—the culmination of a sequence of bad luck, bad timing, and sometimes, bad decisions. However, despite the black mark that filing for bankruptcy leaves on your credit, there are times that it is preferable to the alternative.

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New Study Finds High Debt Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

As reported in Phys.org, a new Northwestern Medicine® study, recently published in Social Science and Medicine, has found that high financial debt is associated with higher blood pressure which can put one at increased risk for hypertension and stroke.

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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Issues Its Highest Fine to Date Against Wells Fargo

CFPB fined Wells Fargo $100 Million for the illegal practice of opening unauthorized accounts for its customers. Wells Fargo incentivized its employees to sell customers on opening more deposit and credit card accounts, by offering employee bonuses for new accounts.

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Do People Generally Procrastinate when It Comes to Filing for Bankruptcy?

Do People Generally Procrastinate When It Comes To Filing For Bankruptcy?

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