Personal Bankruptcy Issues

As the population of the United States grows, more and more people will file for personal bankruptcy. This has become more widespread because of the circumstances of life. It can sometimes be the individual’s responsibility, and other times it can be due to issues beyond anyone’s control. It will change lives for the better in […]

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Employment Law

Unfair Dismissal – Constructive Dismissal – ‘Last Straw’ The case of Bell v The Spirit Team Ltd [2005] concerned a claim for unfair and constructive dismissal in the employment law sense. The work tribunal held a series of works, by the company, cumulatively amounted to repudiation of the worker’s contract of work. The worker was […]

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Connecticut Bankruptcy Law: Exemptions That Help Protect Creditors

There are certain exemptions related to the Connecticut bankruptcy law that helps protect creditors when a debtor files bankruptcy in Connecticut. One also has the choice in Connecticut to avail of federal exemption statutes instead of the Connecticut exemptions, and it is also possible to use federal supplemental exemptions in conjunction with the Connecticut exemptions. […]

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Personal Bankruptcy: Tips For Starting Over With A Clean Slate

Many people find themselves feeling unworthy, depressed or frightened when going through bankruptcy. Many live with the constant fear of being unable to repay their debts while also maintaining a decent standard of living. They think they are stuck, but they really aren’t, and neither are you, thanks to the following tips. If you have […]

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