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POSTED ON November 06, 2020
Nevada Businesses Are Struggling. Can This New Bankruptcy Law Help?
The new Small Business Reorganization Act could help small businesses that are financially struggling due to the COVID-1 ...
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POSTED ON November 06, 2020
Bankruptcy Options for Small Businesses in Henderson
Because many small businesses are unincorporated, sole proprietors and entrepreneurs in Nevada are afforded bankruptcy o ...
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POSTED ON October 09, 2020
Are Medical Bills Driving You to Bankruptcy?
When medical bills and debt are overwhelming, filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a way to relieve that[…] ...
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POSTED ON September 09, 2020
What Is the Difference Between Secured Debt and Unsecured Debt in a Nevada Bankruptcy?
Secured debt is backed by collateral while an unsecured debt is not connected to the borrower’s assets. Bankruptcy ...
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POSTED ON July 07, 2020
Filing Bankruptcy During the Covid-19 Pandemic
It is still possible to file for bankruptcy during COVID-19. However, some of the processes may be modified due to[…] ...
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POSTED ON June 11, 2020
What Happens When You Declare Bankruptcy?
Protection from creditors begins immediately after filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 with an automatic stay. All collec ...
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POSTED ON May 08, 2020
The CARES Act Provides Relief for Bankruptcy Filers
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides temporary amendments to the Bankruptcy Code t ...
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POSTED ON April 09, 2020
Did the COVID-19 Crisis Drive You Bankrupt?
Filing for bankruptcy could be an option for individuals who have found themselves deep in debt because of loss of[…] ...
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POSTED ON March 10, 2020
How Are Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment Plans Determined?
When determining a Chapter 13 payment plan, the debtor’s income, cost-of-living expenses, total debts, types of debts, ...
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POSTED ON February 10, 2020
What Are the Most Common Causes of Bankruptcy in Nevada?
Medical bills, separation of divorce, mismanagement of debt, and unexpected expenses from job loss or catastrophe are th ...
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