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BankruptcyChapter 11

When Should You File a Business Bankruptcy in Arkansas?

There is plenty to think about for Arkansas business owners considering Chapter 7, 11, or 13 Bankruptcy. This post outlines three initial things to think about, along with broader considerations about the state of the business in question. In any case, Natural State Law is here to help.

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Estate Planning

What is the Difference Between a Living Will and an Advance Directive?

This post discusses some of the differences between an advance directive and a living will. Although they are largely the same, there are a few important things worth pointing out for Arkansas residents considering drafting these important documents.

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Estate Planning

How Do You Avoid Probate in Arkansas?

Avoiding probate in Arkansas primarily comes down to good estate planning. A little bit of pre-planning and foresight can save plenty of headaches down the road. Natural State Law is here to help advise through the entire process.

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BankruptcyChapter 7

What Are the Advantages of Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

This post discusses some of the advantages of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It’s a potentially viable option for those in serious debt in Arkansas looking for a way out to start over financially.

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BankruptcyChapter 13

How Many Times Can You File for Bankruptcy in Arkansas?

There are different timelines to consider within the Bankruptcy Code regarding how many times you could file for a personal or business bankruptcy. This post discusses how many times you can file for bankruptcy in Arkansas.

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BankruptcyChapter 13

Will Creditors Show Up to My Meeting of Creditors?

In most cases, the 341 hearing is a lot less intimidating than it sounds. Unless there are significant issues or remaining assets, creditors will likely not show up, and the Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy filing will move along as planned.

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