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January 2016 Archives

Handling the Costs of Your Bankruptcy

Individuals that are filing for bankruptcy are doing so because they are at the end of their rope when it comes to being able to deal with their debt. In most cases they have creditors that are constantly hounding them for payment which they just simply cannot meet.

Is My Spouse Liable In My Business Bankruptcy?

There are times when an individual that owns a business has found that they are at a place where they may need to go bankrupt and are concerned how this is going to affect their spouse. There is a possibility depending on how the business is structured that this form of debt relief could have an effect on the spouse.

Can I Continue My Business In Bankruptcy?

Some business owners have run into financial difficulty and can find no way of getting out of their situation but at the same time they don't want to close down their business. When making the decision of the right course of action to take there are a lot of things that have to be considered.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy & Small Business

If your small businesses run into financial difficulty you may be thinking of just closing the doors and letting the chips fall where they may. There are resources that are available to you and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the solution. It all depends on the type of business that you have and what your liability is.

A Chapter 7 No Asset Bankruptcy

When you are entering into a bankruptcy the first thing that has to be considered is whether you are a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy candidate. You may not be aware of these various types of debt relief. It is highly recommended that you utilize the services of a bankruptcy attorney to not only help you choose the right form that is best for you, but to take you to the inside entire process.

Dealing with Creditor Harassment

Being in debt is certainly stressful and most individuals want to be able to meet their financial obligations, but for a number of reasons they may not be able to do so. Before long they are beginning to have to deal with creditor harassment. This can take place on many different levels but in most cases there is a great to deal of stress that comes with it.

The Most Common Reasons for Bankruptcy

There are many different reasons why individuals have to consider bankruptcy. It is something that is becoming more common. Individuals have begun to realize that the bankruptcy is a form of debt relief and not some form of punishment where individuals are going to be left destitute and on the street because they cannot pay their debts.

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