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ABI Releases Standards of Professional Courtesy and Conduct for Bankruptcy Professionals

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August 28, 2013, Alexandria, Va.— The ABI Civility Task Force released its proposed Principles of Civility to encourage bankruptcy professionals to promote integrity and increase public trust in the bankruptcy system. The Civility Task Force’s proposed principles are designed to guide ABI’s member community of more than 13,000 by codifying fundamental concepts of civility.

Chaired by James Patrick Shea of Armstrong Teasdale LLP (Las Vegas, Nev.), with David W. Houston, IV, of Burr & Forman LLP ...

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Small Business Owners: Repairing Your Credit

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Thinking of starting a business, but your credit score is shot? It is possible to turn things around.

Secured credit cards are a good option for people trying to repair their credit scores. For secured cards, the card owner is required to make a security deposit that the card issuer can use to pay the debt if the owner gets behind on the bill. This is not a ...

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Choosing a bankruptcy lawyer: Is cheapest always best?

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When choosing a bankruptcy lawyer in Montana, price is often used at the yardstick for comparison. Maybe you’ve searched the web and found a handful of Montana bankruptcy lawyers offering cheap fees, free consultations and easy payment plans. Sounds like a simple decision, right? Not really.

When you use price as your only measuring stick, you are missing out on the big picture for success. When you ...

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