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Preparing For Bankruptcy

02nd November 2010
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Before making a final decision about whether or nor you should file for bankruptcy, you need to speak with Greenbelt bankruptcy attorneys and take a course in credit counseling. In fact, federal bankruptcy law requires you to have completed a course in credit counseling at least 6 months, or 180 days, before actually filing for bankruptcy.

Part of the purpose of credit counseling is to help you decide if you should be filing for bankruptcy at all. There is no set indicator that you should be filing for bankruptcy. You might have lost your job, have suffered an illness or injury and now have mounting medical bills, cannot pay back a loan, cannot pay back your credit card debts, or cannot budget yourself out of debt within 5 years.

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