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February 25, 2016
How Can I Stop My Car From Getting Repossessed?

A car is a necessity in modern life. We need to go to work, school, and home, and few of us live in walking distance. Therefore, the prospect of a car’s repossession is frightening. Once you finance or lease a car, your car lender has certain rights and remedies that come with the contract you […]

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July 1, 2015
Frequent Bankruptcy Question: Can I File Bankruptcy More Than Once?

Our Northern Kentucky office regularly helps local families file bankruptcy a second or even third time. More than one bankruptcy filing is not only possible, it can be expected in certain circumstances. For example, if a client has significant tax debts and credit card debts and knows high payments in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy are […]

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July 18, 2014
Lawrence & Associates Accident and Injury Lawyers, LLC Provided Free Legal Consultations on Weekends at the Richwood Flea Market This Summer

The Attorneys of provided free legal consultations at the Richwood Flea Market on Saturdays and Sundays between 9am – 5pm this summer. Thanks for meeting with us! Richwood Flea Market Kentuckys best and most loved Flea Market since 1980! Richwood Flea Market is your one stop shopping home for all things vintage and new. Whether you […]

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July 11, 2014
What Does It Cost To Have An Attorney Handle My Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case?

The short Answer at is that in most cases it costs $870 for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or $300 out of pocket for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, plus court fees of $335 for a Chapter 7 or $310 for a Chapter 13. In extremely complex or extremely simple cases our prices will vary but those cases are very rare. In […]

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June 27, 2014
Student Loans Cannot Be Discharged in a Bankruptcy

Presently student loans are non-dischargeable in a bankruptcy and it doesn’t seem that Congress is likely to change this rule anytime soon. The only way to get rid of a student loan is by paying it off. Types of Student Loans… Loans from the Federal Government – Loans from the federal government are typically low rate […]

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