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What Does It Take To Be A Lawyer?

…, when students take more classes that focus on specific areas of law. For example, I knew I wanted to practice bankruptcy law when I got out of school. In my second year, I took Bankruptcy, Creditor/Debtor Relations, Income Tax, and Secured Transactions. The rest of my classes in my second and third years were a mix of requirements (i.e. Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Evidence) and personal interests (i.e. Family Law, Legal History, Estates…

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Should I Keep My House If I File Bankruptcy?

…r areas. What would you do with that extra $500/month if you moved? You won’t start to build equity for many years, so you should think about those mortgage payments as little more than rent with the added benefit of a tax deduction. If you are still willing to pay more to live in that specific house rather than move after considering these points, a bankruptcy attorney can help you achieve that goal. To summarize: Can you keep your house?…

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