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Bankruptcy law is the backbone of many legal practices; if this specific area of the law is something your firm does on a regular basis, a bankruptcy law writer is precisely what you need. Professional bankruptcy law writers have both the legal background and writing flair for explaining all of bankruptcy law's most arcane terms or all six of the different types of bankruptcy in the U.S. (for example) in accessible, easy-to-understand language. Clients dealing with bankruptcy can run the gamut - covering both huge corporations to small businesses and individuals. There's a wide range of knowledge and experience needed to explain these complex terms to these audiences in ways they can understand. The right type of bankruptcy law writer will provide the relatable, engaging content your firm requires.

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Curtis F

Atlanta, Georgia, United States • Last online about 16 hours

After writing as a hobby during high school, Curtis transitioned to journalism and professional copywriting. He earned a degree in psychology and another in criminal justice from Augusta University in 2010. He went on to gain an MPA degree and graduate certificate in disaster management. These degrees were research-intensive, and he participated in several out-of-state conferences where he presented original research. This experience helped to craft impeccable investigative and analytical skills. Since that point, he's written everything from legal articles to eBay purchasing guides. Curtis has worked heavily in product descriptions as well. In addition to copywriting, he's handled the social media marketing for RV Four Seasons and Dads That Cook (PBS show). Most recently, he performed social media marketing for "Hillbilly Horror S...

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Pam S

Portland, Oregon, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Pam Sornson writes about technology, the law, parenting, and the environment, among many other subjects. Her legal background supports her comprehensive analytical skills and her compassion for humanity helps her to connect with clients on every level.

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Orlando, Florida, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Fascinated by emerging technologies, Jeremy Hillpot uses his background in legal writing and technology to provide a unique perspective on a vast array of topics including enterprise technology, SQL, data science, SaaS applications, investment fraud, and the law.

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Cathy L

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada • Last online 30 minutes

Catherine Lovering is a freelance writer with bylines on Healthline, Interest.com, IvyExec.com, and Paste. Her areas of expertise include health, consumer information, personal finance, legal marketing, small business, individual and corporate taxation, insurance, Canadian tax law, Canadian consumer finance, digital marketing, content marketing, fitness, and public policy. She holds an LLB (JD) from the University of Victoria.

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Stasia D

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Stasia has a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She spent 15 years working in the public school system before becoming a freelance writer, novelist, and blogger. Her middle grade novel "The Weirder the Better" was released in July 2011 by Black Heron Press. She has since self-published several eBooks and paperbacks. She has completed over a 1,000 articles in a wide range of subjects. Stasia has specific writing experience in the fields of education, health, fitness, technology, and law.

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Can I Continue To Farm If I File Bankruptcy?

Farmers play a big role in helping to sustain this great nation. While food can be hard to come by in other countries, the United States is very fortunate. Farmers, without skipping a beat, provide our communities with fruits, vegetables and meats. From raising livestock to growing crops, we owe a lot of gratitude to these hard-working Americans.

A Growing Trend

Unfortunately, the number of farms are on the decline. In fact, that's been the case for about the last fifty years. In 2012, the United States had 2.1 million farms, down 4.3 percent from the previous agricultural census in...

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How to Remove Medical Collections From Credit Report

How to Remove Medical Collections From Credit Report If you're lucky enough to have health insurance and a perfect credit score, then you may not be worried about medical bills. But a single unpaid medical bill can slash your free credit score by 100 points, potentially costing thousands of dollars in higher interest rates. Mark Rukavina, principal at Community Health Advisors and former executive director of the Access Project, points out that unlike general credit card debt or student loans, medical bills are "generally incurred after an illness or injury so it's not something that can be easily planned for."...

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