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The Bankruptcy Court verifies information from the paperwork that is filed. The paperwork must be signed in ink OR verified per local rule PRIOR to its electronic filing. The documents filed are unsworn statements under oath and are filed under penalty of perjury.

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If you have a house, car or bank account you have an estate. Estate Planning is not just for rich people. Over 80% of Americans do not have a Will or a Trust. In this era of COVID19, life is uncertain even for those who are young and healthy. What happens if you are suddenly disabled or die?

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Not just injury to a vehicle. The injury may be physical, emotional or mental. Need evidence to prove the injury. Testimony of the injured person. Hospital and doctor bills and records. Counseling bills and records. Physical therapy bills and records. Prescriptions. Devices such as crutches, neck brace, cane, walker, wheel chair, etc.​

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Rent due- May

During the COVID-19 crisis many cases have emerged where tenants are not able to pay their monthly rent. If you are a landlord, we welcome the opportunity to represent you.

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Planning your estate can often feel complex and overwhelming. With just a few simple tips, you can simplify the process for you and your family.

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Doing nothing about debt seems harmless. It’s human nature to stick to what we know. We know how it works to be in debt; we can only imagine what it might be like to be debt-free.

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