Articles Tagged with collection efforts

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “What are North Carolina’s exemptions?”

When you think of emotional distress claims, you understandably think of them in a personal injury context. The term is almost always associated with car accidents or workplace injures, something where someone also suffers physical harmed. Though it’s true that emotional distress exists primarily in the personal injury world, a recent case decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit demonstrates that emotional distress can sometimes involve bankruptcy proceedings.

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “What are the pros and cons of bankruptcy?”

An interesting article recently published by Forbes magazine sent out a necessary reminder to its readers: your tax bill probably isn’t going anywhere, even if you file for bankruptcy.

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question “Does Bankruptcy stop foreclosure?”

One of the most important aspects of the bankruptcy process, at least for those eager to end the harassing calls from collectors, is the automatic stay. The automatic stay serves as an immediate (though temporary) stop to the vast majority of debt collections. Though the automatic stay is powerful and can be a welcome relief to many bankruptcy filers, there are limits to what it can do. To find out more about the automatic stay, keep reading.