Can I Stop Bankruptcy after I Have Already Filed?

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As a debtor, you decide to file for bankruptcy. If you voluntarily wish to dismiss the case after doing so, you have that right. However, before you dismiss your bankruptcy case, you should consult with an attorney to make sure it is the right call. After all, the moment you dismiss, creditors are free to…

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What Can Bankruptcy Do for Me?

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If you’re considering bankruptcy, the first thing on your mind is the benefits. Will bankruptcy help you or will the hit to your credit report make life harder? Bankruptcy has its pros and cons, just like any other financial decision. Therefore, you should understand them before assuming it will help you or not. Bankruptcy is…

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How Do I Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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Not everyone in debt qualifies for Chapter 7. Instead, there are strict guidelines in place that apply, regardless of where you live, which determine if you can use Chapter 7 or if you must look for an alternative. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a total relief bankruptcy. It means that, once your case completes, all debts…

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What Is a Secured Claim in Bankruptcy?

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When filing for bankruptcy, your creditors have rights. And one of those rights is to receive payment by submitting a secured claim form to receive payment on the debts you owe. If filing for bankruptcy, it is probably because you owe a considerable amount of debt and your income can no longer satisfy those monthly…

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How Do I File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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Chapter 7 bankruptcy is relatively quick, especially because it is the most common type of bankruptcy filed by consumers each year. The process can, however, take longer than necessary if you do not follow the filing deadlines or complete the steps required by the court. Luckily, because it is a commonly filed bankruptcy type, the…

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Can a Business Survive Chapter 11?

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As a struggling business owner, you want to keep your doors open, preserve your legacy, and save the jobs of those who are dedicated to your company. So, when you start considering bankruptcy to get out from your business debts, you may wonder if your business will survive the process. Chapter 11 might sound scary,…

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Top Tips for Healthier Finances in 2019

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It is the start of 2019, and now is the time to rejuvenate your finances and hopefully improve your credit score. If you find yourself drowning in debts, you may be able to swim your way out by implementing some healthier spending and money management tips as part of your New Year’s resolution. When the…

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A New Year and a Fresh Start: Is Chapter 11 the Right Choice for You?

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Everyone has their New Year’s resolutions in the works in December, and one of those that many consider is getting their finances in order. When bills pile up, you cannot catch a break, and your debt-to-income ratio has dwindled to nothing for your organization, you might consider filing for bankruptcy. By filing for bankruptcy, you…

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A Quick Guide for Companies Considering Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy, whether personal or business, is a procedure governed by federal (not state) laws. Because it is a federal procedure, bankruptcies run through the Federal District Courts rather than state-level courts. As a business owner, you have options when you find yourself unable to meet debt obligations. Not only can you choose to liquidate, but…

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