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  • Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

    Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions from Erin Shank When you file bankruptcy, write down a list of everything you own at the time you file. If certain property or assets are exempt, you must include them on the list, but you are allowed to keep them because they are exempt. Learn more about Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions in this presentation.  

  • Common Bankruptcy Misconceptions in Texas

    Common Bankruptcy Misconceptions in Texas from Erin Shank The Bankruptcy Code provides that it is a violation of federal law to discriminate in employment against someone who has filed bankruptcy. Learn more about Common Bankruptcy Misconceptions in Texas in this presentation.

  • Avoiding Problems after Bankruptcy

    Your bankruptcy is behind you and that light at the end of the tunnel has opened up to present life without overwhelming debt, lost sleep and fears of endless phone calls and threats from creditors. But now, the question is how to avoid future problems – including creditors who are less than ethical. Recently, a […]

  • How Bankruptcy in America Evolved

    How Bankruptcy in America Evolved from Erin Shank These early laws also tended to favor creditors far more often than those actually filing for bankruptcy protection. Learn more about Bankruptcy in America Evolved in this presentation.  

  • More than One Bankruptcy?

    For years, Donald Trump has been the epitome of wealth and affluence. To most, it seems as though everything he touches turns to gold. But did you know that his companies have filed for bankruptcy at least four times in the past? This isn’t including the recent announcement that his Trump Entertainment Resorts is once again […]

  • The Netflix Bankruptcy

    Corporate bankruptcy isn’t anything new, but typically, when a big brand seeks bankruptcy shelter, customers or consumers never feel the effects of it. That might soon change; in fact, it very well will change by the end of the year. The Netflix Bankruptcy is sure to affect far more than we realize. Typically, when a […]