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Attorney Kenneth P. Carp Among an attorney’s many obligations, he or she has the obligation to practice law in consideration of the defenseless and oppressed. In fact, this very issue is part of the oath that every attorney must take in order to obtain the privilege of practicing law in the state of Missouri. Some …

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Especially when someone is going through financial struggles, they want to make sure they can keep any assets they already have. Many people avoid filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy because they fear that a bankruptcy trustee will seize all of their assets and liquidate them to pay of your debts. However, the Missouri bankruptcy laws …

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If you are facing an overwhelming pile of debt, you may be considering bankruptcy as a possible solution. However, federal and state laws require that you take certain steps before you are able to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Missouri. For example, in the 180 days prior to filing your bankruptcy, …

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Many people associate bankruptcy with financial irresponsibility. However, there are some Americans who pay all of their bills on time, do not abuse credit cards, and do not overspend in relation to their income, but still end up filing for bankruptcy. One common cause for bankruptcy in this situation is that someone in the family …

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Many Americans are struggling under mountains of debt for various reasons. With the continuing fallout of the subprime mortgage crisis and the high unemployment rates, many people have found themselves facing seemingly insurmountable credit card debt with high interest rates and impossible monthly payments. In addition, many families cannot afford to pay out of pocket …

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Here is an audio for those of you that missed the radio interview on 550 AM last Friday discussing the events surrounding former attorney Jeffry Witt.  Mr. Kenneth P. Carp shares his experience and unique role as Trustee. Listen here:

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Debt collection companies are notorious for using harassing and other questionable tactics in order to collect payment. If you are experiencing abuse from debt collectors, you may be afraid to check the mail or answer your phone. Additionally, you may be sued or have negative marks on your credit report if you avoid debt collectors …

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Kenneth Carp will be on 550 AM Friday to discuss his unique role as Trustee and the events of former attorney Jeffry Witt.  If you have any questions regarding the radio show please feel free to contact Mr. Carp here.

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If you are considering bankruptcy as a solution to your financial problems, you may wonder what will happen to your personal property. Specifically, many people want to know if they will lose their cars or other vehicles. People often rely on cars and trucks to get to work, take their kids to school, or even …

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Jeffery Witt As we blogged about previously, attorney Kenneth Carp has been appointed trustee to oversee the matters arising from Missouri lawyer Jeffery M. Witt’s sudden disappearance late last year. Mr. Carp will be discussing the matter on KRTS (550 AM) from 8:00 to 9:00 AM Friday, April 18, hosted by Scott Shipman. Prior to his disappearance, …

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