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Jim Cossitt Featured Speaker at Conference for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

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crbbaJim Cossitt is slated to be a featured speaker at the Annual Conference of the Capital Region Bankruptcy Bar Association (CRBBA), where he will be discussing the various techniques and outer limits of pre-bankruptcy exemption planning.Pre bankruptcy exemption planning, also known as asset protection planning, is the legal advice provided to financially distressed people so as to allow them to retain as many assets as possible or protect those assets ...

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6 Steps to Fix Your Credit After Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy gives you a new financial life. Make sure you correct and update your information with the credit bureaus.

These steps were established by the Fair Credit Reporting Act:

1. Check your credit report for incorrect information.

Go to www.annualcreditreport.com to obtain your reports from Equifax, Experian & Transunion and have them mailed to your home address. Do NOT get them directly from the bureaus or you may lose important rights due to binding arbitration.

2. Get a copy of your ...

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How to Make the Bankruptcy Process Less Painful

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I can’t tell you how many debtors I deal with who have tried to blunder their way through financial problems only to make things worse because they have no clue about the bankruptcy process and the intricacies involved. Planning and preparation is essential for a successful bankruptcy. Lack of proper planning will cause even more headaches than you are already dealing with.

Here are a few tips that will make the bankruptcy process less painful.

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