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  • Avoid Debt with These Holiday Budgeting Tips

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 28-Nov-2016

    Some people feel as though “the holidays” and “debt” are inextricably bound, and indeed for many, sometimes they can go hand in hand. However, with a little careful planning and some smart spending habits, you can absolutely enjoy a fun and festive holiday without the hit to your wallet. Consider the following budgeting tips to help you avoid taking on new debt this holiday ...
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  • Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy: What's the Difference?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 14-Nov-2016

    If you are struggling with overwhelming debts, debt settlement and bankruptcy are two options that can help you regain good financial health. While many people are familiar with the word “bankruptcy,” debt settlement is less well known, and the differences between both options are unclear to many. For the benefit of our clients, this blog will serve to distinguish between these two ...
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  • Why It Is Important to Review Your Credit Report Before Filing Bankruptcy

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 1-Nov-2016

    You may hear about why it is important to review your credit report annually to make sure information is current and being reported properly to the credit bureaus. But anyone considering bankruptcy should also review their credit report before filing bankruptcy to make sure they include all of their creditors in their documentation and schedules. You are required to list your creditors as part of ...
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  • What You Should Know About Bankruptcy Fraud

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 24-Oct-2016

    Bankruptcy fraud is a serious federal offense that can cost you more than just your personal possessions – it can cost your freedom. There are various ways debtors try to deceive the court from learning more about personal finances. Many consumers may not realize that doing one act alone, such as concealing an asset, can have you facing charges for fraud. To help further explain the ...
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  • Using Bankruptcy to Stop or Prevent Wage Garnishment

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 10-Oct-2016

    The state of Texas, along with a few other states, may not allow creditors to garnish wages to satisfy debts, except for special circumstances such as spousal / child support, student loans, and federal taxes. A wage garnishment is when a creditor receives permission from the court to withhold payment from paycheck earnings and have them forwarded to the creditor instead. If garnishment of your ...
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