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April 2016 Archives

What does bankruptcy say about you personally?

A lot of people attempt to avoid bankruptcy at all costs because of what they believe it will say about them. While bankruptcy isn't the option for everyone -- and if you can get out of debt without it, that might be preferable -- we know that if you are considering bankruptcy, your situation is probably already spinning out of control. Working with a bankruptcy lawyer can help you understand what your options are to take control of the situation, and if you're worried about what those options might say about you personally, we'd like to take this time to debunk some bankruptcy myths.

Why should you tell a prospective employer about your bankruptcy?

In a competitive job market, prospective employers often look far beyond a person's resume. They may do credit checks and other types of background checks. That can be a concern for people who have a bankruptcy filing in their past.

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