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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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Former Attorney Jeffrey Witt has been brought to St Louis today and pled not guilty to charges. In the meanwhile Attorney Kenneth Carp, as Trustee for former clients of Jeffrey Witt, continues to correspond with approximately 1000 former clients.  

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Many people may be considering bankruptcy as a possible solution to their financial problems, but they do not know where to begin. This is understandable as the federal and state bankruptcy laws set out several requirements for filing bankruptcy in Missouri. These requirements include completing and submitting many different forms to the court. You want …

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Bankruptcy is a good solution for many Americans who are facing financial struggles. However, many people hesitate looking into bankruptcy because they do not fully understand the process. In fact, many people fear that if they file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they will lose a lot of their hard-earned and cherished property to help pay …

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In today’s economy, many Americans are struggling to pay all of their bills with their monthly income. However, if a person fails to pay some obligations, a court or government agency may issue an order for your employer to withhold a certain amount from your paycheck in order to pay your creditors. This order is …

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As spring approaches, Americans know that the April 15th tax deadline is looming. While many Americans will be looking forward to using tax refunds for a vacation or other special purchase, others dread tax season because they know they may owe a significant amount of money to the government. Some Americans even try to ignore …

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If you are struggling to make your student loan payments, rest assured that you are not alone. According to the Federal Reserve, approximately 12 million students are facing over $1.1 trillion in student loan debt. Furthermore, many of those former students—especially young students—are having difficulty making their monthly payments. In fact, as of the end …

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Attorney Kenneth Carp wants to remind  everyone that the legal file on their case that an attorney builds when they use the services of an attorney belongs to them – the client.  This is a timely reminder given that Kenneth Carp is in the process of writing 964 former clients of suspended attorney, Jeffrey Witt.  …

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