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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “Can I get rid of student loans by declaring bankruptcy?”

In one of the more ironic bankruptcy stories of the year, the filing by the parent company for ITT Technical Institutes has devolved into one of the most paper-heavy affairs imaginable.

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Charlotte Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone of Arnold & Smith, PLLC answers the question “What are my alternatives to bankruptcy ?”

As we discussed on Tuesday, the rapper 50 Cent (also known as Curtis James Jackson III), has found himself in legal hot water after the bankruptcy judge presiding over his case caught wind of recent social media posts that seem to indicate the rapper is worth far more than his stage name implies. In a series of Instagram and Twitter updates, 50 Cent posted photographs of himself sleeping with, standing next to and spelling words out of giant stacks of money.

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “What are my alternatives to bankruptcy ?”

The rapper 50 Cent has been in the news since he filed for bankruptcy last year, claiming that two separate court-ordered judgments and other high expenses pushed him into bankruptcy. However, his bankruptcy case took an interesting turn this [week] after the bankruptcy judge ordered him to appear and explain numerous photos he has been posting on Instagram of himself surrounded by $100 bills and stacks of money.

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question “Do I need an attorney to file bankruptcy?”

Bankruptcy is a process many people have heard of, but few know much about. Unfortunately, in cases like this, rumor and half-truths can end up being viewed as actual information. To help dispel some of the common myths regarding the bankruptcy process, it can be useful to look at specific evidence. Let’s explore some common myths and compare these myths with cold, hard facts.

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question “Do I need an attorney to file bankruptcy?”

One of leading causes of bankruptcy has long been medical debt. The high cost of healthcare in this country is widely understood and, should a medical emergency arise, it can be difficult if not impossible to recover financially. Though experts have long seen the connection between medical bills and bankruptcy, many were under the impression that the Affordable Care Act would lead to big changes, that by providing health insurance coverage to the uninsured, financial stress from medical expenses would be greatly reduced. Unfortunately for millions of Americans, that appears not to be the case.