Category Archives: Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy as a Way out of Mountains of Debt

When someone needs relief from debt that is too deep to repay. Bankruptcy will stop creditors from harassing the debtor and allows him to take a new look at his financial picture and find a plan that will allow him … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Attorney Will Help With Chapter 7 or 13

When it comes to chapter 13 bankruptcy many people begin to grow concerned about their financial welfare. However, there should be an even greater concern for the condition of one’s future. And just as financial indebtedness doesn’t happen overnight, it … Continue reading

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2005 Laws When Filing Bankruptcy Under Chapter 7

Prior to 2005, Congress thought that it was too easy to file for bankruptcy. Apparently, it was abuse that spurred the passage of the new bankruptcy laws. Now, anyone considering filing bankruptcy under any of the various legal channels must … Continue reading

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Filing for Bankruptcy and the Bankruptcy Code

When filing bankruptcy initiates an automatic stay which means that creditors are essentially put on hold. They can no longer take steps to collect the owed money. The court clerk will give the petitioner a docket number or case number … Continue reading

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Changes To Bankruptcy Make Filing Tougher

When filing Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debtors must perform their intent to surrender, reaffirm, or redeem debt secured by property of the estate within 30 days after the first date set for the meeting of creditors. There are … Continue reading

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