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Among a number of requirements set forth by the bankruptcy code and which the trustee's office and bankruptcy court oversee and enforce is a requirement to attend a credit counseling course. Available online, over the phone, or in person, this course must be completed prior to filing.
If you are considering filing bankruptcy, you may want to learn about the different types of bankruptcy which are available to consumers. A Ch. 11 bankruptcy is often cited, but it is a bankruptcy for businesses, as opposed to a Ch. 7 and Ch. 13 bankruptcy which is the type of consumer bankruptcy.
Milwaukee lawyer Rollie R. Hanson will be presenting a discussion on mortgage servicing regulations and updates on October 30th, 2014 in Madison, WI.
Should Christians file for Bankruptcy? As a Christian, I had to wrestle with this issue before deciding to take on my very first bankruptcy case back in 2004. I prayed and researched this issue and found the following scripture: Deuteronomy 15: 1-6. The Year for Canceling Debts.
Do You Qualify for a Fresh Financial Start? In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can literally say goodbye to certain debts. Eligible debts are discharged by the court, giving you a fresh start and peace of mind.
There are many reasons why someone might be afraid to file bankruptcy and the lion’s share of those reasons revolve around fear of what their financial future will look like if they do. This is especially the case when it comes to issues of credit and understandably so.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not the right bankruptcy for every situation, but when necessary, this type of bankruptcy can provide powerful protection for homes, vehicles, and more. Eliminate debt while retaining important assets like your home. Stop foreclosure and more.
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A simple guide for the Atlanta consumer considering filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Providing common stock to employees is likely to raise their loyalty to the company because, as a stockholder, they have skin in the game and should want to see the company succeed and their investment grow.