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Bankruptcy attorney Ben Tobey answering the question: Can i transfer nonexempt property out of my name before filing bankruptcy to protect it?

For many debtors, filing for bankruptcy is their only option to get much-needed relief from debt. However, many are hesitant to file because they do not know what happens after filing for bankruptcy.

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

It the vast majority of cases, people who are considering filing for bankruptcy are experiencing significant financial problems. After all, bankruptcy is intended to benefit people who have fallen behind on their debts and are unable to meet their financial obligations. As a result, most bankruptcy filers are trying to save money at every opportunity that presents itself, and many people wonder if they even need to retain an attorney in order to file.

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