Blog Posts in January, 2013

  • Casey Anthony Files for Bankruptcy with $792,000 in Liabilities

    || 28-Jan-2013

    Twenty-six year old Casey Anthony has filed for bankruptcy protection in Florida, saying that she owes nearly $800,000 and has only $1,084 in the bank. Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2011, filed for protection under Chapter 7 bankruptcy in a federal court in Tampa on Friday. The debts listed on the bankruptcy filing included $500,000 for attorney fees and ...
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  • San Diego Still Suffering the Effects of the 2008 Financial Crisis

    || 23-Jan-2013

    With homelessness and hunger on the rise in neighborhoods like City Heights, San Diego is still struggling with the unemployment and low housing values that were brought about during our nation's 2008 financial crisis. A reporting team from World Socialist Web Site recently spoke to families and individuals in City Heights, a neighborhood populated with a large number of the working class. ...
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  • A Closer Look at the San Diego Bankruptcy Pros

    || 17-Jan-2013

    Bankruptcy is a big decision, and you don’t want just anyone handling your bankruptcy case. Instead, you need a dedicated and reliable San Diego bankruptcy lawyer on your side. When you are in need of a knowledgeable and hardworking bankruptcy lawyer, San Diego Legal Pros is here to help. The lawyers at this firm are so confident in their ability to complete a successful bankruptcy for you, ...
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  • Does Wage Garnishment have Limits?

    || 10-Jan-2013

    If you owe a significant amount of money and have been unable to pay off your debts, your creditors may pursue wage garnishment to recover the money that you owe out of your paycheck. Wage garnishment is a means of collecting a debtor's money by ordering a third party (often an employer) to pay money out of that employee's salary, and sometimes this comes as the result of a court order. ...
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  • San Diego Chamber Orchestra Files for Bankruptcy in Wake of Rising Debts

    || 2-Jan-2013

    The San Diego Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra Nova, has chosen to file for bankruptcy in lieu of rising debts partly caused by the orchestra's failure to resolve a change in salaries negotiation with its primary employee's union. The Orchestra Nova, as the chamber orchestra is titled, filed for Chapter 7 and hopes that it will be a promising step towards recovering their financial health ...
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