Bankruptcy

MVLS Volunteer Helps Maryland Woman Clear Debts

Darlene* has roots in Maryland, but lived and worked in other states. She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2012. In 2014, she moved back to the Eastern Shore to be with family. Darlene’s debts totaled more than $40,000, and included student loans. Darlene’s income from food stamps and Temporary Disability Assistance simply could not stretch enough...

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Feb. 2 – Self-Help Bankruptcy Class

MVLS will hold a self-help seminar on February 2 from 9am – 12:30pm on How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The seminar will be held at MVLS’ office at 201 North Charles Street, Suite 1400 in downtown Baltimore. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer will conduct the class and will demonstrate how to fill out the necessary [Read more.]

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Bypassing Bankruptcy: When Chapter 7 Isn’t the Answer

MVLS Managing Attorney for Consumer and Housing Law, Amy Hennen recently shared some insight with the Maryland State Bar Association Bar Bulletin on why bypassing bankruptcy can be a good option for many clients who qualify. Read more...

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