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We’re Here for You: 3 Things to Know About Your Personal Injury Case and COVID-19

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, at work, or in any other circumstances that weren’t your fault, you’re already dealing with a stressful position. You may be unable to work – temporarily or permanently – and you are likely facing mounting medical bills, along with other expenses. Add to all that the stress of a global pandemic, and you have a potentially terrifying situation. What can you do? First of all, at Holston & Huntley, LLC, we’re here for you. We’re still working for all of our personal injury and bankruptcy clients to help you in these difficult...

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How will Bankruptcy Impact Your Retirement?

How will filing for bankruptcy affect your retirement funds? Can your creditors come after your retirement investments? Should you pull money from your 401(K) to pay off your debts? We’re living in uncertain times, and with the coronavirus pandemic impacting everyone’s wallets, a lot of our clients have asked us if they should put off bankruptcy until this is all over. After all, with the current state of the economy, is now the time to add a bankruptcy on top of it all? First, remember that bankruptcy is actually a way to get out of debt and set yourself up...

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COVID-19 FAQs: Answering Financial Health Questions in a Pandemic

As the weeks continue in the COVID-19 pandemic, people are worried for their health and the health of their family members. But, of course, that’s not all. They’re also deeply worried about their financial health. As residents in Georgia and other states are ordered to shelter in place, and as non-essential businesses are shut down or curtailed, people are rightfully worried about when they will be able to work and how they will pay their bills. At Holston & Huntley, we understand these fears, and we want to help in any way we can. In this post, Buddy Huntley gives...

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5 Financial Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We are living in unprecedented times. And, if you were already struggling with debt before this outbreak, then you’re likely even more worried now, as you try to figure out if Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an option – or if you have any means to resolve your debt. Worse, with lay-offs and furloughs, if you’ll lose your home and all your belongings while trying to stay healthy in a global pandemic. Fortunately, you have some options that you may not know about. In response to lay-offs and temporary business closures, many financial institutions and lenders are implementing...

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3 Celebrities Who’ve Bounced Back from Bankruptcy

The idea of filing for bankruptcy can be intimidating and depressing. You may feel like you’re giving up, or that you’ll never be able to do things like buy a home or save for retirement. First of all, you can absolutely still do these things. In fact, filing for bankruptcy could actually help you plan for the future. After all, how are you going to buy a home and make payments on your mortgage if you’re already buried in debt? Need more proof that filing for bankruptcy isn’t the end of the world? Let’s take a look at a few...

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Meeting with a Bankruptcy Attorney? Bring These 4 Things

What should you bring with you when you talk to an Atlanta bankruptcy attorney? Technically, you don’t need to bring anything with you when you meet for your initial consultation, but you can help your lawyer understand your financial situation and get a better picture of your situation if you bring a few things with you. A list of your outstanding debts and creditorsFinancial and tax documentsA list of your assetsPaystubs for the last six months Being prepared for your consultation will help make the whole process easier, as your attorney takes a look at whether you qualify for Chapter...

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3 Things to Know About Your Debt — And How a Bankruptcy Attorney Can Help

At one point or another, you’ve probably heard someone say that not all debt is bad debt. That’s great, but it’s not too comforting when you’re watching your debts pile up. You might be thinking, “How can this be good?” as you consider whether it’s time to call an Atlanta bankruptcy attorney.  As you look at your options and weigh Chapter 7 bankruptcy vs. Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it might help to know a bit more about your debts and how they can impact you. Let’s talk about a few things you should know about debt before you call a bankruptcy...

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – What’s the Difference?

If you feel like you’re drowning in debts, you’ve probably already started researching your options for bankruptcy in Georgia. A quick Google search will give you some information about your options, but you may end up feeling even more confused and lost than you did when you started. You’ll find pages and pages of info on Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and debt resolution. But which one is right for you? How can you tell the difference? And what should you do next? Let’s break it down. Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are two types of bankruptcy available to...

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Is it Time to File for Bankruptcy in Georgia?

No one wants to think about filing for bankruptcy. In Georgia, as in other states, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can involve long, arduous, and expensive processes. And most people want to avoid a prolonged mark on their credit scores. But, in some cases, it simply makes more sense to file for bankruptcy than to continue to become mired in debt. So, is it time to talk to an Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer? Or should you consider your other options? Let’s take a look at a few of the signs that it may be time to consider bankruptcy. Debt Collectors...

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