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Failure to Fulfill Fiduciary Obligation Can Result in Breach of Contract

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Breach of contracts happen in personal life as well as in business. When a party fails to uphold their end of an agreement a breach of contract occurs. This is also the case for when a business is formed with a partner. In a partnership, both parties have a fiduciary duty as they rely… Read More »

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Is Bankruptcy the Cure for Outstanding Student Loans?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Many Florida college students face the same problem long after graduation – student loans. When the bills begin to pile up, it can feel like you’re drowning in student loan debt. For many, the thought of filing bankruptcy to help alleviate the pressure of these debts seems like a good solution. But is it?… Read More »

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Are All Taxes Forgiven During Bankruptcy in Florida?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Bankruptcy is designed to help people who find themselves under a vast amount of debt a way to get back on their feet and start over financially. This happens by discharging the debts they owe so that they no longer have a legal obligation to pay them. During this process, though, there are some… Read More »

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How Filing Bankruptcy in Florida Can Stop Wage Garnishment

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Wage garnishments can make it very difficult to maintain a budget and effectively calculate your living expenses from month to month. In most cases, wage garnishment can last until a particular debt is repaid to a creditor. These debts can include child support, student loans, or any other debts that have been the subject… Read More »

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Facing A Medical Debt Lawsuit in Florida? Here’s How To Prepare

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

If you’re facing a lawsuit in Florida because of outstanding medical debt, it can feel like the odds are against you. In most cases, when a person is being sued by a debt collector it’s because they can’t afford to pay the outstanding bills they’ve accrued. When the creditor finally files a lawsuit against… Read More »

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A Non-Bankruptcy Workout Could Be The Solution You Need

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

For anyone facing the thought of filing bankruptcy, the entire ordeal can feel like the end of the road financially. While bankruptcy is in place to help individuals get back on track and resolve their debts, it’s still an overwhelming experience with some negative connotations, which results in many people opting not to file… Read More »

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When Is The Right Time To File For Personal Bankruptcy?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

We’ve all heard a wide range of stories about people who have made the decision to file for personal bankruptcy to help resolve their debts and start over financially. If done correctly and at the appropriate time, bankruptcy can be the lifesaver an individual needs to get back on their feet. On the other… Read More »

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Is Debt Settlement The Right Option For You?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Facing large amounts of debt can be stressful for anyone. Outside of the immediate problems it causes, debt can affect a person’s future financial decisions and make it difficult to purchase homes or cars, open credit cards and bank accounts, or take out a loan. When someone is trying to deal with debts they… Read More »

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What’s Considered Creditor Harassment And What Isn’t?

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

If you are someone who owes money to a debt collector, chances are you’ve received phone calls during the most inopportune moments throughout the day. It may seem that debt collectors will do anything they can to pressure you into paying your debts, even if they know you can’t afford to repay them. There… Read More »

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How To Handle Your Credit Card Debt Case in Florida

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

Being sued for any reason is something no one wants. When a lawsuit is brought against you for something that you cannot control at the moment, it only seems to make the experience that much worse. Credit card debt is a perfect example of this. If you fail to pay on your credit card… Read More »

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