You may have heard the phrase that “filing bankruptcy is a matter of public record.” What exactly does that mean? If you file for bankruptcy, can people access your personal, financial information? In Burrow & Associates’ latest blog, we’re explaining the term public record and what it means for your bankruptcy case. What is Considered…

If you live in the Metro Atlanta area, you may have noticed more crosswalks and pedestrian crossing signs being installed in your neighborhood. With gyms and other fitness facilities still closed for health and safety precautions, more people are taking to the streets to get their exercise. The crosswalks and signals are designed to protect…

If you or a loved one are injured in an accident caused by the reckless or negligent actions of another driver, there are several types of compensation available for any injuries or other losses. In Georgia, you will often see that the accident victim was awarded emotional distress damages because of their injuries. In Burrow…

October is Pedestrian Safety Month. The Governors Highway Safety Administration has reported a 50% increase in pedestrian fatalities over the past decade, with 2019 listed as the deadliest year for pedestrians in 30 years. While many of us are accustomed to driving most places, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reminds us that everyone is…

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While some people may relate bankruptcy with poor money management, this is simply not true. Individuals with financial hardships may be dealing with unforeseen circumstances such as a serious injury or illness, a divorce, or the loss of a job. Bankruptcy is designed to help you eliminate or pay off your debts while still keeping…

The Atlanta Police Department recently announced that it would no longer be responding to car accidents where no injuries are reported. This is a temporary measure, due to the coronavirus. The APD made the announcement on July 30, 2020, via social media. They wrote, “to protect the health and safety of our staff and customers,…

How has the coronavirus pandemic impacted Georgia’s legal industry overall? Just in general, the coronavirus has made people aware of simple things, like how often they wash or sanitize their hands, how close they stand to people, or whether they shake hands with someone. For the legal industry, the Georgia Courts have started to implement…

The current Coronavirus pandemic has caused tremendous financial hardship for many Americans.  An April 30, 2020 BBC News article reported that 30 million people in the United States have filed for unemployment benefits in a span of six weeks.  In these tumultuous and uncertain times, it is hard to believe that the COVID-19 pandemic may…

During this time, it can be difficult to make sense of the different terms we’re hearing: social distancing, social isolation, and quarantine. It’s important to understand the differences to help you remain calm as you prepare for any of these situations. Burrow & Associates wants to provide you some helpful information and tips on what…

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