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Can I Discharge (Eliminate) Government Fines in Bankruptcy?

Find out if you can discharge fines and penalties imposed by a federal, state or municipal governmental unit in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Read More
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Avoiding Judgment Liens on Your Home – Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13

Can a bankruptcy filing help you avoid judgment liens on your home’s title? Chapter 7 (often referred to as “straight” bankruptcy) and other debts related to the home. However, avoiding judgment liens on your home is a common tool that can be u… Read More
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Categories: Bankruptcy, Home Owners

Debunking 14 Bankruptcy Myths

Deciding whether a bankruptcy filing might be a solution to your financial problems can be overwhelming if you don't have any frame of reference other than what you've heard from friends and relatives. Contact us today for reliable information. Read More
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Considering Divorce and Bankruptcy? Consider Both Together.

Money problems are a leading cause of divorce. In many cases, at least one party is contemplating filing bankruptcy at the same time the couple is considering divorce. Keep in mind that in Utah, both spouses are equally responsible for debts incurred… Read More
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Categories: Bankruptcy, Divorce

Considering Bankruptcy: Where Do I Start?

So often, the first sentence I hear from a prospective new client goes like this: “ Hi, I’ve been referred to you for help and I know I need help, but I don’t even know where to begin asking questions because there is so much I don’t know.”… Read More
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Categories: Bankruptcy

About Marji Hanson

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My law practice focuses exclusively on consumer bankruptcy law. I can help you decide if bankruptcy will solve your problems and which program, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, is best suited to meet your financial needs. I have learned about the bankruptcy system in the District of Utah from the inside out.

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