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  • Why Someone Should Not File for Bankruptcy
    Why Someone Should Not File for Bankruptcy

    Occasionally, we meet with people who are convinced that bankruptcy is their only option, but after reviewing their circumstances, we say otherwise. But in all honesty, most of the people who come to ...

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  • Creating an Estate Plan When You're Sick or Elderly
    Creating an Estate Plan When You're Sick or Elderly

    Are you elderly or are you under retirement age but suffering from a terminal illness? If you are the latter, you may have cancer, leukemia, Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome, muscular dystrophy, COPD, cystic ...

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  • Can I File Bankruptcy if I'm Unemployed?
    Can I File Bankruptcy if I'm Unemployed?

    If you’re unemployed and your monthly obligations exceed your financial resources, you may be feeling the “squeeze” right about now. If you’ve fallen far behind on your monthly debts, there’s a good ...

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  • How Living Trusts Avoid Probate
    How Living Trusts Avoid Probate

    If you’re thinking about creating an estate plan in Rancho Cucamonga, we’re willing to bet that you prefer to give as much money as possible to your spouse, children, or other heirs, such as your ...

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  • Can I Discharge Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy?
    Can I Discharge Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy?

    As a bankruptcy law firms, clients tend to ask us the same questions over and over and one of the questions we get a lot is, “Can I discharge my student loan debt in bankruptcy?” The answer – it ...

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  • What is an Advanced Health Care Directive?
    What is an Advanced Health Care Directive?

    In life, a lot of unexpected things can happen, which can affect us physically and mentally. We can be in a serious car accident and sustain a traumatic brain injury. We can be diagnosed with cancer. ...

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