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How Bankruptcy May Be Able to Help You
The U.S. Bankruptcy Code offers consumers like you two forms of personal bankruptcy protection – Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy may provide a discharge of unsecured debts like credit cards, medical bills and payday loans.
On the other hand, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may allow you to keep your home and car by agreeing to repay these secured debts over time in the form of a 3-5 year repayment plan.
There are now many more nuances that come with the territory of filing bankruptcy, including but not limited to determining your eligibility to file bankruptcy (in order to file Chapter 7, you must pass the Chapter 7 means test), preparing your bankruptcy petition and satisfying the new requirements that come with filing.
If you’re thinking about filing bankruptcy, you will likely have some important bankruptcy questions that a bankruptcy lawyer can help answer, including:
- can you file bankruptcy?
- what could bankruptcy do for you?
- which form of bankruptcy is better for you?
- how long does the bankruptcy process last?
- what will bankruptcy do to your credit?
As failing to comply with bankruptcy law can result in your case being tossed out, having a bankruptcy lawyer can be a safe way to make sure that your case is following the proper procedures.
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The above synopsis of bankruptcy laws is by no means all inclusive and is not intended to provide legal advice. These laws may have changed since our last update and there may additional laws that apply in your situation. For the latest information on these bankruptcy laws, please contact a local bankruptcy lawyer in your area.