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Tonight will be another appearance for me and a client on Fox 2 News. The client is the widow of a WW2 vet who fought in the Battle of the Bulge and she is having issues with the VA over their mistake. Chris Hayes will have my appearance on the 6pm broadcast. As a retired …

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Unemployment Cases in St Louis and willful misconduct

If you are fired from a job, Missouri law1 makes you ineligible for unemployment benefits if you were let go due to misconduct connected with your work. However, the law provides no further guidance on what type of misconduct can disqualify you, the required severity of the conduct, and more. Specifically, courts must find that …

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Grandparents Visitation Rights During Divorce

While divorce clearly has an effect on the spouses and any children they may have, the dissolution of a marriage can also affect extended family members, as well. Grandparents in particular who have an especially close bond with their grandchildren may suffer in a divorce. In certain situations, a parent with primary custody will not …

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unemployment constructive discharge

At the Law Offices of Kenneth P. Carp, our experienced attorneys are committed to helping individuals and companies in the St. Louis and St. Charles areas receive fair outcomes in cases involving unemployment benefits. If you are involved on either side of an unemployment dispute, please call our office today at (314)942-3005 to discuss how …

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

What is Debt Reaffirmation in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? The fundamental principle behind Chapter 7 bankruptcy1 is the liquidation of a debtor’s assets in order to pay off his or her debts. As a result, one of the reasons that people are wary about taking advantage of the benefits of bankruptcy is the the worry that …

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Bankruptcies are filed under federal law in federal court, therefore any attempt to defraud the court is a federal crime. The penalties for bankruptcy fraud include up to five years in prison and/or costly fines. There are many different reasons a bankruptcy trustee may suspect a filer is trying to commit bankruptcy fraud. The best …

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Financial problems can be a tremendous source of stress for many people and may negatively affect many aspects of your life. There are many reasons that financial problems can occur, including the loss of a job, unexpected health problems, accidents, and just plain bad luck. Sometimes, debts can get so out of control that there …

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Imagine that you are having difficulty paying all of your bills and have fallen behind on some monthly payments. Suddenly, you notice that your paycheck is lower than you expected and you come to find out that a creditor has garnished your wages in order to collect on an unpaid debt. Now, since your paychecks …

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student loan debt

Approximately 37 million people in the United States have student loan debt adding up to an estimated $1 trillion. These student loans require high monthly payments, sometimes even before the borrower has had the time to secure gainful employment following graduation. In addition, the loan term is often extremely long, requiring borrowers to pay every …

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Debt Settlement

If you are behind on credit card payments and other debts, it is highly likely that you receive a barrage of letters and phone calls from collectors and creditors. It is also likely that these communications are offering debt settlement arrangements for you to pay less than the amount you originally owed to stop the …

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