Wednesday, June 20, 2007

How to extend the life of your car

Below is a link to an article I found about how to get the most life out of your car.
Many of my clients find themselves in bankruptcy with a huge car payment (or 2)

This extra money could go a long way to get one out of debt, so if you can keep your car running for a few more years and avoid the temptation of getting a new car every 3 or 4 years, you can be on your way to financial freedom!

How to live past 150,000 (miles, that is)
From Aaron Gold,
Your Guide to Cars.
Aaron Gold Guide to Cars

Thursday, June 07, 2007

"Your guide to the law" from the Chicago Bar Association

Here is a posting that I came across for a free legal guide.

Note, that it is always wise to talk to a lawyer to get exact advice based on your unique position.

I offer free bankruptcy consultations, so pick up the phone and call Leeders & Associates, Ltd. today at 312-427-7400

June 06
Chicago Bar Assn. Offers Free Legal Handbook for Chicagoans
from the Chicago Bar Assn.

CHICAGO, ILL. (June 6, 2007)— The newly revised and reprinted paperback "Your Guide to the Law: A Basic Legal Handbook for Chicagoans," published by The Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of The Chicago Bar Association (CBA), is available at no cost from the CBA Bookstore at 312-554-2130 or online at

Intended for use by non-lawyers, the 119-page book covers common questions about typical legal issues faced by consumers. Chapters include such topics as: bankruptcy, homebuying, divorce, jury duty, landlord/tenant issues, traffic, and criminal charges. A useful list of legal resources for Chicagoans is also included.

Written and edited by members of the YLS, the book's introduction explains its purpose is “increasing Chicagoans’ knowledge of the legal rules that affect us all.” Authors say they hope the handbook will be used by teachers, parents, students or citizens who have questions about the legal system.