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The U.S. Constitution provides a method whereby a person, burdened by excessive debt, has a right to a “fresh start” and pursues productive lives unimpaired by past financial problems. The federal bankruptcy laws were enacted to provide good, honest, hard-working debtors with a fresh start and to establish a ranking and equity among all the creditors clamoring for the debtor’s limited resources. New bankruptcy laws can be complicated and there are several considerations that must be taken into account in making the determination whether or not to file. If you are thinking about filing a bankruptcy, we encourage you to keep an open mind and make no decision about debt relief without seeking the advice and assistance of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer.

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