Georgia Consumer Bankruptcy Blog

Saedi Law Group is a frequent speaker and lecturer on bankruptcy related topics. Our blog keeps Georgia consumers up to date on legal issues in Georgia.
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Should Senior Citizens File for Bankruptcy?

Our firm works with many older clients who are facing both retirement and overwhelming debt.  Does it ever make sense for retirees to go bankrupt? Fo

Creating A Financial Checklist

These days, most people I know don’t have a financial plan. We spend a lot of time planning for other aspects of our lives, such as our careers, mar

Reducing Your Debt By Simplifying Your Life

For centuries, people have bought into the popular (and false) belief that possession—material wealth and stature—was synonymous with happiness.

It is Never Too Early to Teach Your Kids About Finances

When I was a kid my parents never really sat me down and taught me about money, savings, debt, or anything related to financial management.  Many of
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11 Habits of People Who Are Debt Free

After practicing bankruptcy for almost 20 years I have become very aware of the power of debt and the havoc it can wreak on someone physically, mental
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Best Apps to Manage Your Personal Finances

Clients often ask us what apps that can use to help them get back on track after bankruptcy.  Below are some great apps which assist in managing your
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How Do You Stop a Foreclosure in Georgia?

Many Georgia consumers do not realize that they can file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop a pending foreclosure sale and allow them to restructure thei
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Loan Modification Scams

Now that the economy has rebounded, and consumers actually want to keep their homes, our office is seeing a surge in victims of loan modification scam

U.S. Bankruptcy Court is Still Open Despite Government Shutdown

Our office has already began receiving calls about the current government shutdown and how this affects current bankruptcy client cases.  Bankruptcy