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Do I need an attorney for that?

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Do I need an attorney for every bankruptcy.
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No! While there is no small claims court in bankruptcy, there’s a great deal you could on your own to reduce risk and maximize recovery. You will need an attorney if you will need to file an action in bankruptcy court because you have identified fraud, you want relief from the stay or there is a complex matter. It is always a good idea to have a solid relationship with a seasoned creditor’s attorney who can answer questions and help you navigate these troubled waters.

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Bankruptcy Tune Up: 5 Things the Debtor’s Attorney Doesn’t Want You to Do

First published on 08/16/2020

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