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Bankruptcy Law

Understanding Bankruptcy Filing in Your State

03rd May 2011
Filing for bankruptcy involves taking care of numerous details from selecting under the right chapter to submitting the necessary documents. Moreover, this step comes with essential legal and financial consequences. It is, therefore, a wise decision to ...
Author: OrlandoM
Bankruptcy Law

The Advantages of the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

15th March 2011
The bankruptcy laws are complicated because there are many exceptions to the procedures. For example, the exempt assets can vary from state to state. If you live in Texas, it is important that you retain a bankruptcy attorney familiar with state laws and ...
Author: Alton Brown
Bankruptcy Law

Real and Personal Bankruptcy Property Exemptions in Bankruptcy

10th March 2011
One of the first questions that most potential bankrupts have is, "What will happen to my property, if I file for bankruptcy?" Because the bankruptcy process offers debtors a "fresh start" if they're drowning in debt, to further the goal of a "fresh st...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Bankruptcy Law

What Does a Bankruptcy Trustee Do?

08th March 2011
Many people who are contemplating filing bankruptcy ask the question, what exactly is the job of the bankruptcy trustee? Is he my friend or foe? Well the answer to this question is really quite simple, once you know the duties of a trustee. A bankruptc...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Bankruptcy Law

Denver Bankruptcy Attorney: Surviving the Trial

22nd November 2010
If you are going to file for bankruptcy, especially under chapters 7 and 13, contact a Denver bankruptcy attorney who specializes in such filings. When you are bankrupt, it means that you, as a debtor, no longer have the ability to repay your outstanding ...
Author: CorvinaBeaulont
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Basics - Chapters 7, 11, and 13

03rd November 2010
The number of cases of bankruptcy has increased tremendously due to recession and loss of jobs. Under the current Federal Bankruptcy Law, there are several chapters under which you can file bankruptcy. Chapter 7: Among the bankruptcy chapters, chapter ...
Author: cmj