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Donald N. Powell, Attorney at Law

Donald Powell has a law practice in Tacoma (WA)
(253) 274-1001
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818 Yakima Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98405
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  • Washington (WA) 1981
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    n. the filing for bankruptcy by a debtor who believes he/she/it cannot pay bills and has more debts than assets. Voluntary bankruptcy differs from "involuntary bankruptcy" filed by creditors owed money to bring the debtor before the bankruptcy court. Usually, it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. See also: discharge in bankruptcy. … Full Definition »
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