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Are You Struggling with Tax Debt?

Most of us are able to breathe a big sigh of relief following tax season. Taxes are paid, refunds are imminent (for the lucky ones), and all the paperwork is filed and finished.

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  • Bankruptcy
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  • Chapter 11
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  • Chapter 13
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  • Chapter 7
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  • Uncategorized
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MLB Pitcher Files for Bankruptcy

Livian Hernandez, a former Major League Baseball pitcher has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The pitcher owes up to $1 million to as many as 50 creditors.

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  • Chapter 13
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Gymboree Files Chapter 11

Children’s clothing retailer Gymboree Corp. is the latest brick-and-mortar store to close its doors in light of the big online shopping movement.

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  • Bankruptcy
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  • Chapter 11
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Serial Filer Sentenced to a Year in Prison

A man accused of being a “serial filer” recently received a year long prison sentence for filing for bankruptcy over 10 times without ever having plans of following through on his claims.

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  • Bankruptcy
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When Chapter 7 Equals Bridezillas

Wedding dress retailer Alfred Angelo Bridal set off a shock-waves through would-be “Bridezillas” when it made its announcement to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation last Friday.

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  • Chapter 7
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True Religion Files for Bankruptcy

Los Angeles-based apparel maker True Religion has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company plans to continue operations during its restructuring.

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  • Bankruptcy
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  • Chapter 11
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Japanese Auto Parts Maker Files for Bankruptcy

In light of a giant recall across the world, and the fact that it’s facing billions of dollars in liabilities over its defective airbags, Japanese auto parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy.

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  • Chapter 11
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  • Uncategorized
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Abby Lee is Going to Jail for Bankruptcy Fraud

Abby Lee Miller, the Pennsylvania dancer and star of Lifetime channel’s “Dance Moms,” recently received a sentence of one year and one day in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of bankruptcy fraud last June.

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  • Chapter 11
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  • Chapter 13
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  • Uncategorized
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The Affordable Care Act and Medical Bankruptcies

A recent analysis published in Consumer Reports took a look at bankruptcy court data and the results of a questionnaire of 2,000 consumers and concluded that Obama’s Affordable Care Act may have been a huge contributing factor in a drop in personal bankruptcies as the result of medical bills.

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  • Bankruptcy
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  • credit card debt
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Arizonans Struggling with Medical Debt

According to a recently released report, Arizonans are dealing with a big issue: Medical-debt collection. Arizonans Struggling with Medical Debt A recently released report by the U.

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  • Chapter 11
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  • Chapter 13
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  • Chapter 7
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