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Getting divorced or separating from a partner is an incredibly challenging situation. When children are involved, it becomes even more complex and raises the issue of custody and monthly payments.... Read More »

Throughout the country, a student loan crisis is brewing. This has led many student loan borrowers to consider their options regarding this seemingly insurmountable debt… Read More »

Foreclosure is the process of a bank or lender retaking possession of a property after its owner falls behind on their mortgage payments. In Georgia, there are two types of foreclosures: judicial and non-judicial. However, regardless of … Read More »

If you, like many others, are experiencing financial hardship and have defaulted on your auto loan, it is likely that your car will be repossessed. Repossession occurs when the lender reclaims a financed motor vehicle … Read More »

Many people who could benefit from the debt protections offered by bankruptcy are afraid to file due to common misconceptions about the process. One of the most widespread misunderstandings is the idea that you will lose everything you own if you file for bankruptcy. The truth is, you… Read More »

The choice to file for bankruptcy can be a difficult decision to make, but it can offer life-changing relief to those who have been struggling with debt and cannot find any other option… Read More »

When your family is suffering from debt and financial struggles, it can feel like they will never end. The fear of losing your home, car, or job can be overwhelming. While many families view bankruptcy as a last resort to get relief from the crippling weight of their debts… Read More »

When your family is suffering from debt and financial struggles, it can feel like they will never end. The fear of losing your home, car, or job can be overwhelming. While many families view bankruptcy as a last resort to get relief from the crippling weight of their debts… Read More »

Typically, when you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Georgia, your secured creditors must agree to the reorganization plan. However, an allowance in Georgia bankruptcy law called "cram down" permits you to discharge the unsecured parts of secured debts such as auto loans without the creditor’s approval… Read More »

At DebtStoppers, we encourage initiative. So, if rather than sitting passively with a mountain of debt, you’ve decide to become debt-free, we’re behind you all the way. Our attorneys have the knowledge, skill and experience to represent you in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy efficiently, sparing you undue stress and hardship. But if your initiative… Read More »