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Due to unfortunate circumstances, our firm is closing its doors. If you are looking to hire legal representation in Kansas we are currently referring clients to Skinner Law Firm and/or Coons & Crump, if you are looking to hire legal representation in Missouri we are currently referring clients to The Sader Law Firm. Thank you.

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What is an Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy?
What is an Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy?

An automatic stay is a provision in bankruptcy that stops creditors and debt collectors from pursuing further legal action during your bankruptcy proceeding. Although filing for bankruptcy can shield you from creditors, there are some instances in which a creditor may seek ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • Can Bankruptcy Save My Home?

    If you’re in jeopardy of home foreclosure, it goes without saying that it’s a stressful and scary situation. Adding credit card debt, and other ...

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  • Top 5 Questions Married Couples Ask About Bankruptcy

    Making the decision to file for bankruptcy isn’t an easy one, and married couples who are struggling to make ends meet have a lot to consider. ...

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  • Should I File for Chapter 13 Without My Spouse?

    Can I File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Without My Spouse or Should We File Together? You can file for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with or without your spouse. ...

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  • Everything Married Couples Need to Know About Filing for Bankruptcy

    Being in debt can be very stressful — and not knowing how to get out of it can make your financial woes feel that much more taxing. Making the ...

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  • Filing for Chapter 7 Jointly With Your Spouse

    If you’re a married couple struggling with debt, you aren’t alone. Sometimes, life events — illness, loss of a job — can compromise a couple’s ...

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  • What to Expect From a Joint Bankruptcy?

    ​​​​​​If you and your spouse have exhausted every possibility in resolving debt on your own, it may be time to consider joint bankruptcy. Joint ...

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  • Does Filing for Bankruptcy Affect Your Spouse?

    Will Filing Bankruptcy Affect Your Spouse? SHORT ANSWER: In most cases, it does not have to. For example, if the husband files for bankruptcy without ...

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