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What not to do Before Filing Bankruptcy

Introduction to What not to do Before Filing Bankruptcy

Introduction to What not to do Before Filing for BankruptcyWhen it comes to filing for bankruptcy, the court does not just look at the state of your financial affairs when you file for bankruptcy. The court will also look […]

The Benefits of an Attorney for Bankruptcy

Introduction to The Benefits of an Attorney for Bankruptcy

Introduction to The Benefits of an Attorney for BankruptcyThe American legal system is a complicated process, but it is not impossible to understand. Attorneys spend years in school learning about how the legal system works for both criminal and civil […]

The Bankruptcy Trustee

Introduction to The Bankruptcy Trustee

introduction to the bankruptcy trusteeWhen an individual files for bankruptcy, the court will assign a person who is called the bankruptcy trustee. The bankruptcy trustee has an active role in both Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. The bankruptcy trustee […]

How to File Bankruptcy and What to Expect

 

Introduction to How to File Bankruptcy and What to Expect

introduction to how to file for bankruptcy and what to expectWhen it comes to financial distress, most people try to think about all the options they have to improve their situation. For some, that might be looking […]

Bankruptcy and the Elderly

Introduction to Bankruptcy and the Elderly

introduction to bankruptcy and the elderlyFinancial hardship happens to the best of us. There is no age group that is safe from financial hardship. Despite any other factor, like age or education, bankruptcy is an option for everyone – even small and […]

Marijuana Dispensaries and Bankruptcy

Introduction to Marijuana Dispensaries and Bankruptcy

introduction to marijuana dispensaries and bankruptcyThe right to file bankruptcy in the United States has been established in the United States Constitution, under Article I, Section 8, clause 4 – also known as the Bankruptcy Clause. Historically, debtors in […]

Involuntary Bankruptcy

What is Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is typically reserved for individuals and companies that are going through a financial hardship and are overwhelmed with the financial obligations currently on their plate. There are a few different routes that a debtor can take to achieve an approved bankruptcy petition. There is Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and Chapter […]

What is the Automatic Stay?

Introduction to the Automatic Stay

the automatic stay stops creditors in their tracksAfter a bankruptcy proceeding takes place, the debtor’s debts will be discharged and the debtor will no longer be financially liable for these debts. Granted, this will vary depending on the type of bankruptcy filed and […]

The Truth about Student Loans and Bankruptcy Options

Introduction to Student Loans and Bankruptcy

student loans and bankruptcyStudent loan debt in America is at an all-time high – it has even started to surpass the current amount of credit card debt, which is a first for this country. With that being said, it is no surprise […]

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