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Campbell University School of Law wins 2018-2019 Client Counseling Competition

Tatiana Deberry and Katie Webb of The Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University won the 2018-2019 ABA Law Student Division Client Counseling Competition at Baylor Law School in Waco, Texas on March 23. The pair of 3Ls beat out a field of 108 teams from … Continue reading

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House Bill Could Nix Credit Counseling for Some

HR 3609, a bill now waiting for approval in the House, would ease some of the burden for debtors trying to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy to avoid foreclosure. Currently, one of the eligibility requirements for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is… … Continue reading

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Can Couples Counseling Help Prevent Divorce?

Even marriages that do not end in divorce have their share of struggles. Couples who stay together for years or decades sometimes look back and identify the good times and the bad times. When a couple is experiencing relationship difficulties, … Continue reading

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Troy, Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney Explains Bankruptcy Counseling Requirements

As a Troy, Ohio bankruptcy attorney, I often find that potential clients do not understand bankruptcy counseling requirements. With very few exceptions, anyone who is filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy must participate in both pre-bankruptcy counseling and pre-discharge … Continue reading

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Tips On Finding Reputable Debt Counseling Services

Tips On Finding Reputable Debt Counseling Services For the debtor who is already at the end of his rope and trying to figure out how to get out of debt, the last thing he needs to worry about is whether … Continue reading

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