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I've been practicing law for 25 years, and for the last ten, I've focused on bankruptcy. It's personally fulfilling to me when I help people shed their crushing debt load and start on the path to financial security.
But it saddens me when they don't consult me until after they've liquidated their retirement savings and tapped their home equity in a futile attempt to avoid bankruptcy. In Missouri, debtors can can keep their IRA or other retirement plan, and up to $15,000 in home equity. The consultation is free, so why not get some information before you sign on the dotted line?
And the number of bankruptcy myths that so many people accept as gospel is truly over-the-top. These myths include "Bankruptcy will ruin my credit", "The 2005 Bankruptcy Reform pretty much did away with bankruptcy", and "I'll lose everything in bankruptcy," and "I can't write off a debt if there's a court judgment against me on the debt."
I'd love to discuss your situation with you. Deciding whether or not to file bankruptcy should be a financial decision based on solid information, not guided by myth and the drama of collection agencies.
|MO||Good Standing, Active||1988||11/20/2020|
|Attorney||Law Office of Alicia Beeler Villines||1989 - Present|
|University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
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