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The Things They Don't Tell You About Bankruptcy

28th January 2013
There are many financial advantages to filing for bankruptcy protection, not to mention this is the path to take if you don't have much choice. But buyer beware! There are some downsides to filing for bankruptcy that you might not be aware of. I don't men...
Author: M. Jenkins
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Court- Free Interrelated Fact For Bankruptcy Attorney Houston

14th July 2011
Download your free E-book and tips on bankruptcy court and in addition to that get basic information on saving money visit file bankruptcy One of the widespread misconceptions about filing for bankruptcy will be the 90 day rule. Should you ask debtors ...
Author: rohanrathores
Bankruptcy Law

How to decide if Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Right for You?

16th March 2011
If you have read our article on Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test and figure your income is below the average state median income and you really want to file chapter 7 to erase some of your unsecured debts, here are 3 questions you MUST be able to answer be...
Author: Hussein
Bankruptcy Law

Are Taxes Due the IRS Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

08th March 2011
One of the most frequently asked questions by consumers who are contemplating filing bankruptcy is: "Are Taxes Due the IRS Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?" This article by bankruptcy attorney, Mitchell Sussman, answers these questions and more on the sub...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Bankruptcy Law

Protecting creditor rights during a debtor bankruptcy

06th January 2011
How to protect your rights when someone has filed bankruptcy Across the country, Courts are seeing more and more debt-collection cases flood the courtrooms. Most of the cases involve credit card collections, foreclosures, or evictions. This proverbial ...
Author: Aaron Kelly
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy in a Nutshell

06th January 2011
When considering whether to file bankruptcy it is important to take into account all of the options available. For many, the need for and advantages of bankruptcy are obvious. To others, it will be a last resort. As the debts pile up and the creditors hou...
Author: Aaron Kelly
Bankruptcy Law

Check Out If You Can File For Bankruptcy under Chapter 7

15th November 2010
Debt relief is a huge concern nowadays for consumers who have been adversely affected by the recession. Job loss and pay cuts, a static real estate market and hiked interest rates have caused many hardworking consumers to seek protection under chapter 7 b...
Author: wystanfi
Bankruptcy Law

Different approaches between a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

09th November 2010
If you are facing any problems of the financial kind, then the option of bankruptcy can prove to be the remedy for escaping out from this situation. Filing a bankruptcy case can be an option when your creditors are waiting for you to pay those piled up an...
Author: Jay King
Bankruptcy Law

The 2005 Bankruptcy Law Explained

03rd November 2010
The law in bankruptcy changed in 2005, which made it harder for people to file for bankruptcy. Furthermore, filers with high incomes may no longer be allowed to make use of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Filers will now have to pay their debts as per the claus...
Author: Jay King
Bankruptcy Law

What is a Bankruptcy Attorney?

22nd October 2010
A bankruptcy attorney is just that, an attorney that assists you with filing for bankruptcy. Once you have decided that a bankruptcy in Phoenix, AZ or another market in Arizona is indeed what is right for you and your family, you are faced with the task o...
Author: Max Gunderson
Bankruptcy Law

Why You Should Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney: Part 1 of 3 - The Means Test

22nd October 2010
by Max Gunderson There are many individuals in the Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona metro areas that are at a point where they may want to soon look at declaring bankruptcy as a solution to their current unenviable financial situation. Many of these same i...
Author: Max Gunderson
Bankruptcy Law

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy- The Process Involved

19th October 2010
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is more of a liquidation that involves a debtorís non- exempt or non-excusable assets. These can be sold by the trustee to pay back the creditors as per the priorities that are established within the chapterís code. The eligibility of...
Author: Jay King
Bankruptcy Law

New Bankruptcy Laws - What Should Be Done To Avoid Bankruptcy

13th October 2010
If you have considered filing for bankruptcy, the new bankruptcy law will affect how your debts are handled. The law is mostly negative for consumers as they will have to repay most of their debts even with bankruptcy. As a result, most consumers opt for ...
Author: RamiAbramov
Bankruptcy Law

Are you eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing?

16th August 2010
US laws entitles you to file bankruptcy under varied chapters, the most common being Chapter 7, 11 and 13. Due to the changes that came into effect in 2005, Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing procedures have acquired some stricter laws. Although the number of fi...
Author: BGIAPDA
Bankruptcy Law

Here Is Some Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Information

11th May 2010
Are you planning to file bankruptcy? You can also file chapter 7. All the means to pay off your debts should be stated. Filing bankruptcy is not easy. The bankruptcy law help debtors wipe out their debts. You will need to prove that you cannot afford to p...
Author: Rudy Silva
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