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Navigating Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bankruptcy Law

When debt becomes really overwhelming, Bankruptcy is an option for a lot of people. But finding legal help, making decisions, and choosing the best options may feel like a nightmare. That's the bad news. Now for the good news. It's not really all that bad. Here's why.

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