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Ch 11. BANKRUPTCY LITIGATION LEGAL ASSISTANT - $60k – ADMIN SKILLS REQUIRED Robert Hadley Associates is currently recruiting for a Bankruptcy Litigation Legal Assistant to join the Manhattan office of our busy law firm client. Candidate identified must be familiar with Chapter 11 work, work on in depth paralegal matters related to bankruptcy litigation and be able to produce documents and other ad...
IACP Certified Auto Appraisers Needed Nationwide! Excellent Pay: $60.00 - $125.00 per hour. (Spanish speaking candidates preferred but not required.) is looking for IACP Certified Auto Appraisers to staff our client’s requirements for major cities throughout the United States. We are expanding to your local area. P&C or All-Lines Licensed Insurance Adjusters are neede...
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Bankruptcy for working people?
I am over $40,000 in credit card debt and am considering bankruptcy. However, I just got a good job and will be making over $35,000.yr. Can you still go bankrupt when you have a good paying job?
Working for state during bankruptcy?
My husband wants to apply for a job as a Ranger 1 for the state. The thing is we filed bankruptcy 2 years ago and we heard you can't work for the goverment/state while in bankrupcty. Is this true? If ...

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