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Does Bankruptcy Affect Retirement Funds, Groton, Connecticut
In the State of Connecticut, whether you file bankruptcy using the federal of state exemption system, as a general rule, authorized retirement funds properly funded under Federal and IRS law, which are ERISA qualified, such as ...read more
Will Bankruptcy Discharge Court Judgments?, Groton, Connecticut
Whether or not one can discharge a debt through bankruptcy, once it has gone to a final judgment in Court, is a common question.  Some people mistakenly assume that that they can’t discharge a debt after it has gone to Court and&nbs...read more
Ledyard, CT Attorneys Businesses
Mark O. Grater Attorney at Law, Bankruptcy Law, Personal Injury Law, Attorneys, Groton, Connecticut
4 Fort Hill Rd
Groton, CT 06340
(860)449-8059
When you've been injured in an auto accident or need a bankruptcy attorney, your legal representative's level of experience can be the most significant factor that determines the outcome of your case. From his offices in Groton, Mark O. ...
Traystman & Coric LLC, Family Attorneys, Personal Injury Attorneys, Attorneys, New London, Connecticut
45 Channing St
New London, CT 06320
(860) 442-8758
An unexpected accident can devastate you both physically and financially, and if a third party caused these injuries, it compounds matters further. To get the justice you deserve, turn to the skilled personal injury attorneys at Traystma...
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4 Benefits of Divorce Mediation, New London, Connecticut
Divorce is often associated with complicated and drawn-out court trials. However, if you’re looking to end a marriage more peacefully, you and your ex-spouse may benefit from divorce...read more
Discrimination and Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
Section 525(b) of the Bankruptcy code states:  No private employer may terminate the employment of, or discriminate with respect to employment against, and individual who is or ...read more
Bankruptcy During Covid, Groton, Connecticut
Many people, through no fault of their own, due to the Covid pandemic, are beginning to suffer severe economic distress.  Jobs are being lost.  Income is disappearing. ...read more
A Guide to Undermedication & Overmedication in Nursing Homes, Groton, Connecticut
When you place your parents in the care of a nursing home, you expect that they’ll receive the necessary medical care. Unfortunately, personal injury attorneys know that me...read more
3 Requirements for Adoption Eligibility, New London, Connecticut
Growing your family by adopting a child is a life-changing experience for everyone involved. To ensure adoptive parents are prepared for their new responsibilities, Connecticut famil...read more
How Filing for Bankruptcy Impacts Your Credit Score, Groton, Connecticut
Discharging debt through bankruptcy can provide a much-needed clean slate. Bankruptcy lawyers can attest, however, that debtors are often reluctant to file because of the impact it w...read more
Debt Consolidation-Beware, Groton, Connecticut
Debt consolidation is a program where a company, in theory, determines your credit card debt and then takes a monthly payment from you, and then splits it among your various creditor...read more
3 Tips for Fighting a DUI Charge, New London, Connecticut
Like all states, Connecticut has strict laws against driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you’ve been charged with a DUI, contact an attorney immediately if you h...read more
What Are the Advantages of Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?, Groton, Connecticut
If you’re facing a significant amount of debt but you have at least some disposable income every month, a bankruptcy lawyer may recommend filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Often call...read more
Bankruptcy-Before You Talk To an Attorney, Groton, Connecticut
If financial circumstances have pushed you into a corner and you need to get rid of your debt, the last stop on the road is usually bankruptcy.  It’s a rather painless process a...read more
Bankruptcy in the Covid Coronavirus Era, Groton, Connecticut
As the decision makers stumble along aimlessly during this area of Covid-19 and Coronavirus, people with bills to pay are being left to fend for themselves.  And now Congress’s ...read more
4 FAQ About Filing for Bankruptcy, Groton, Connecticut
 Using a bankruptcy attorney, you can get back on your feet after hard financial times. However, many struggling borrowers find the bankruptcy process confusing and complex...read more
4 FAQ About Wrongful Death Claims, New London, Connecticut
When someone dies as a result of a personal injury, Connecticut's laws allow surviving family members to seek compensation for losses suffered. While pursuing litigation cannot bring...read more
Continued Free Consultations, Groton, Connecticut
During this period of disruption during Covid-19, we will continue to offer free consultations for bankruptcy.  To Schedule an appointment with Attorney Mark O. Grater, call 860...read more
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