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Imagine that you are unexpectedly involved in a motor vehicle accident in St. Louis, and another motorist suffers serious injury. That injured person may try to recover for medical bills and other losses by claiming you were negligent and filing a personal injury lawsuit against you. If the court finds in favor of the injured …

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The financial hardship of maintaining two households instead of one often causes bankruptcy as a consideration when couples divorce. Filing a joint bankruptcy is generally more advisable than filing separately after a divorce. A joint bankruptcy accomplishes several things. Firstly, it saves the cost of two bankruptcies. Secondly, it helps both the husband and wife …

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When you file for bankruptcy, something called the “automatic stay” goes into immediate effect. The automatic stay works to halt all collection efforts by creditors, including collection calls, letters, wage garnishments, home foreclosures, car repossessions, and more. The stay remains in effect for qualifying debts for the duration of your bankruptcy case. As you can …

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People, of course, start small businesses with the hopes of financial success, though we all know that things do not always go as planned. Many businesses require a large amount of capital to start up, which often comes in the forms of business loans or other types of debts. If a business does not make …

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Kenneth Carp discusses mental health & Elliot Rodger in an one hour radio interview.

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A wage garnishment means that money is taken directly from your paycheck to pay a debt before you even receive your check. Wage garnishment usually happens to people who are struggling to pay their bills, and decreasing your amount of take-home pay will only make things more difficult. For most debts, the creditor is required …

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Many Missourians are struggling to pay their bills. Families can find themselves juggling a mortgage, multiple car payments, credit card payments, student loans, and more. If a sudden medical emergency or job loss occurs, people can easily find themselves in over their heads and facing possible home foreclosures, car repossessions, creditor lawsuits, wage garnishments, and …

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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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