Is the Printer Driver Unavailable on Windows? Heres the Fix

Reboot the computer and retry installing/uninstalling the print driver. Because several users had indicated that the problem was still playing, I went researched further. I have not made any screenshots of this, but I did extend the steps a bit. You can also select the printer and click the Remove Device button at the top

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Bankruptcy 101 - The Basics

Bankruptcy 101: The Basics

If you can’t pay your debts, filing for bankruptcy might be the right move to make. In 2022, there were more than 4,400 bankruptcies filed in the Miami United States Bankruptcy Court across all chapters, including Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 filings. When your debts, whether they be mortgages, bank loans, credit cards,

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The Two Most Common Types of Bankruptcy

The Two Most Common Types of Bankruptcy

According to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, nearly 612,561 business entities and individuals have filed for bankruptcy in the last couple of years. Bankruptcy is rightly seen as usually being the last appropriate option for people and their businesses to take to manage their debts. Bankruptcy is a federal forum that allows debtors

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Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing for Bankruptcy: The Last Resort

Bankruptcy is a federal court proceeding in which a trustee and a judge have great power over the financial life of a debtor that files for bankruptcy protection.  Bankruptcy is available to individuals, married couples, corporations, and limited liability companies.  Bankruptcy relief comes in various forms according to different chapters of the Bankruptcy Code.  That

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Online Dating Safety and How to Recognize Red Flags

One of the key questions surrounding online dating is whether these platforms lead to long-term relationships. Some 53% of adults under 30 have ever used a dating site or app – including a quarter who have used one in the past year. This compares with 37% of those ages 30 to 49 who have ever

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Chapter 7 vs. 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 vs. 13 Bankruptcy: Which Is Right for You?

Most debtors that file bankruptcy in Miami opt for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Which one is right for you depends on many factors  Read on to understand the differences between the Chapters 7 and 13 and identify some of the considerations that will help you determine which is right for your situation. Understanding Bankruptcy

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Tenancy by the Entirety in Florida

What Is Tenancy by the Entirety in Florida?

In Florida, property owned by a married couple is presumed to be owned as a Tenancy by the Entirety.  Tenancy by the entirety is a type of joint husband and wife ownership of property that safeguards property from creditors of either spouse, but not from a joint creditor of both spouses. Florida is one of

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Discharging Private Student Loans in Bankruptcy

Discharging Private Student Loans in Bankruptcy

One option for funding higher education expenses is using private student loans. About 7.3% of all student loan debt in the US comes from private loan borrowing.  Many students rely on private student loans to cover the ever rising costs of higher education, including classes, fees, and living expenses, and many mitigation options available to

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Taking Advantage of the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act

Avoiding Bankruptcy: Taking Advantage of the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act

Many times bankruptcy isn’t the outcome of frivolous spending, but the inability to keep up with increased living costs, irregular salaries, and accumulated debts. Our governments’ responses to COVID pandemic caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs, and made it difficult for them to pay their debts.  However, the federal government then passed the

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