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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Your Options in Business Bankruptcy

Beginning a company is a huge undertaking, from the initial planning stages to the moment you make your first dollar or hire your first employee. Many startup business owners, especially those of smaller businesses, must take out a personal loan to finance the project. With or without a personal loan, it’s not unusual to entangle your personal finances in the business you care so much about. So when that business begins to go downhill or unexpectedly hits a roadblock, it can amount to extreme stress on both a professional and personal level.

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The Types of Clients Who Qualify for Bankruptcy

There’s a universal need for debt relief. People from all types of backgrounds and income levels might face unforeseen debt due to an unexpected health issue, loss of employment, or other unfortunate circumstance. A good attorney won’t judge you, no matter who you are or where you come from. Moreover, a good attorney will explain to you how each unique aspect of your case will affect your bankruptcy process and what can be done to ensure that you reach your fresh start!

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Filing For Bankruptcy Without A Lawyer

Why should I pay money I don’t have to a lawyer to file for bankruptcy? Isn’t it just filling out a few forms!”

 

Countless bankruptcy attorneys have heard words similar to these, not only from potential bankruptcy clients, but even from other (non-bankruptcy) lawyers. So should you, a person thinking about filing for bankruptcy, pay a lawyer to represent you or file pro se (without a lawyer)? There are a lot of articles on this, such as one I wrote, discussing some of the bad things that can happen because you don’t know what you don’t know. But simply looking at the numbers shows that it isn’t a good idea to file without a lawyer.

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Finding an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney

An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you through your financial hardships, bringing you clarity and peace of mind to start fresh! After all, bankruptcy isn’t the end! It’s only the end of debt so that you can begin to build your credit back up and regain financial stability.

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Bankruptcy Protects You and Your Property

Bankruptcy isn’t a process designed to take your property away. In fact, it’s a process intended to protect your rights and assets. You’ve worked hard for every cent you make and everything you own; you deserve to keep it.

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How Does An Attorney Determine Bankruptcy is the Best Option For You

If you are having trouble paying your bills, you may be thinking about entering into some sort of debt repayment plan or filing bankruptcy. It is recommended that you meet with a financial counselor or bankruptcy attorney to help you determine which is the better option for you. This may leave you wondering how an attorney or counselor decides which is the best option for you. Here are a few of the factors they look at when deciding whether bankruptcy or debt repayment plans are right for you.

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AN OVERVIEW ON FILING FOR CHAPTER 7 OR CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY A SECOND TIME

You’ve filed for bankruptcy before, but you’ve found yourself in some type of financial difficulty that has you thinking that filing for bankruptcy again may not be a bad idea. However, you’re wondering if you can file again.

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