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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Hawaii

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Hawaii: What You Need to Know

Hawaii is famous for being a tropical paradise. The only state in the United States made up entirely of islands, Hawaii is home to lush green rainforests, scenic beaches, and active volcanoes that attract tourists from the continental U.S. and around the world. However, not all is as sunny in the Aloha State as its […]

Georgia Bankruptcy Exemptions Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Georgia: What You Need to Know

Georgia, the largest state east of the Mississippi river, is famous as the nation’s foremost producer of peaches, pecans and peanuts. It was one of our original colonies, and back in 1776 its population was 40,000 —compared to today’s population of 10,310,371, making it the eighth-most populous state in the nation. The Atlanta metropolitan area is the ninth-largest […]

Delaware Bankruptcy Exemptions Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Delaware: What You Need to Know

Delaware calls itself the First State because it ratified the U.S. Constitution before any other state, in early December 1787. In the last century, it has also become first in the minds of many entrepreneurs when deciding where to incorporate their businesses. Today, Delaware is home to more corporations, limited liability companies, and business partnerships […]

Connecticut Bankruptcy Exemptions

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Connecticut: What You Need to Know

Connecticut is one of the original states that was pivotal to the American Revolution and forming of our federal government. Although it’s technically the southernmost state in New England, several of its cities are considered part of the bustling New York-New Jersey metropolitan area. Generally a well-to-do state, Connecticut had the highest per-capita personal income […]

Alabama Bankruptcy Exemptions

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Alabama: What You Need to Know

Aside from football, Alabama might best be known for its rich agricultural history, the birth of Booker T. Washington’s “Atlanta compromise” in the civil rights movement, and being a big employer for colleges and the military. The Heart of Dixie grew its economy after World War II to diversify its interests past farming, though per capita […]

Debt Collectors NYC

NYC’s Worst Debt Collectors: Who are They?

Over 20 million people live in one of our country’s biggest regions, metropolitan New York. With that many people, it’s likely that millions are in financial dire straits. And where there is financial misery, there are debt collectors. Who are the Big Apple’s most prolific debt collectors? Are they the major players in the debt collection […]

Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions Chapter 7

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Colorado: What You Need to Know

Last updated May 18, 2017. Colorado is a gorgeous state. If you’re the outdoorsy type, you’ll feel right at home here among the Rocky Mountains, the desert, and river canyons. If you love a robust downtown, you’ve got Denver, which has consistently ranked as one of the top places to live in America. However, while Colorado […]

Alaska Bankruptcy Exemptions

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Alaska: What You Need to Know

Last updated May 18, 2017. While the United States has mostly come out of the Great Recession, Alaska is still experiencing its own due to a steep drop in oil prices and resulting budget crisis in 2015. According to a recent economic confidence survey, Anchorage residents are feeling more pessimistic about the local economy today than they […]