Blog Posts in July, 2018

  • NYC Bankruptcy Lawyers

    || 19-Jul-2018

    Filing for bankruptcy can be complicated. Your house, car, cash, and other assets could be at risk. Hiring the right attorney may be the most important decision you make once you've decided it's time to file bankruptcy. Three important factors to research when searching for a bankruptcy attorney are: 1) Reputation, 2) Experience, and 3) Location. New York City Bankruptcy Lawyers CLICK HERE ...
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  • What to Do About Overwhelming Business Debts & Merchant Cash Advances

    || 16-Jul-2018

    Pay day is just around the corner and as a business owner, you know that your people need to get their wages. However, your clients have been slow to pay this month and you’re out of cash reserves in the bank. This is a pretty common stress when you’re a small business owner, and debts can quickly pile up even further, leaving you wondering where to turn or how you’re going to ...
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  • Can You Settle Private Student Loan Debt?

    || 3-Jul-2018

    Student loan debt is the second most abundant type of debt in the United States, behind only mortgage loans. In fact, 70 percent of all college seniors who graduate have some form of student loan debt, with the average indebted student carrying nearly $29,000 according to 2015 data. And to make matters even more difficult for many borrowers: most student loan debt is public, which means it’s ...
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