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The stress, anxiety, and financial burden of dealing with debt is something we understand at KLBS. We want to help you take the necessary steps to get out of debt and start moving forward.

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Our law firm provides experienced, supportive counsel to help clients through the process of filing bankruptcy. Many face a tough time with debts. Perhaps you lost a job, incurred unexpected medical bills or you’ve been through a divorce. Overwhelming debt caused by credit cards, car payments, house payments and bill collectors can create financial stress. No matter your financial situation, we can help.

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We will review your financial situation to determine if bankruptcy is the best option for you. We will answer your questions and concerns and guide you through the process. If you have questions about how bankruptcy works, whether bankruptcy is right for you or what happens if you file a bankruptcy case, contact us today. We are ready to help you achieve a brighter, debt-free future.

Albany, GA

2539 Lafayette Plaza Dr.

Macon, GA

577 Mulberry St. Suite 1525

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What is The Haven Act?

The Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need Act of 2019, or HAVEN Act, was passed on August 23, 2019. It has important information for veterans who file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

By amending the Bankruptcy Code, the HAVEN Act excludes many benefits from debtors’ current monthly income during the means test. Benefits you may receive from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) don’t need to be factored in like before. For disabled veterans, this can mean being eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Before the HAVEN Act, many veterans had no other choice but to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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