The Waiting Game: Eligibility For A Bankruptcy Discharge

If you have previously filed for personal bankruptcy and are again facing financial issues, you will want to know how long before you’re eligible to receive a discharge in bankruptcy again.  The time frame depends on what type of bankruptcy you previously filed and the time is counted from filing

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Take Care of Yourself: The Stress of Financial Challenges

It is a given that with financial challenge comes stress.  Stress over the emotional challenges that accompany the financial challenges.  Stress over things and people that we can not control.   While we at DLG are cognizant that our clients are operating under stress conditions, each individual reacts differently to stress.  

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Additional Relief on the Way for Chapter 12 Farm Debtors

Chapter 12 is a type of bankruptcy meant to help farmers with some of the unique financial problems they encounter.  One of those issues is the tax liability that arises when land is sold – land that may have been in the same family for many years.  In 2011, the

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Barbara Corcoran On Success

Barbara Corcoran is featured on the cover of the March 2013 Success magazine.  Since I don’t watch Shark Tank, I had never heard of Barbara.  She is a 64-year old NYC realtor who started Corcoran Group, a real estate brokerage firm, in the 1970’s.  She sold it in 2001 for $66 million.  After reading

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Can A Non-Profit File Bankruptcy? Should It?

Non-profit organizations are businesses, too.  They simply don’t have a profit motive or shareholders.  And they often make our world a better place by assisting those in need, adding culture to our society and in many other ways. Orchestras are a recent example of organizations that may be non-profit but

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