Bankruptcy & Debt Articles
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Knowing the ins and outs not only gives you peace of mind, but it also allows you to prepare adequately as you figure out what you need to do to move forward with your life. Here is the process of filing an Arizona bankruptcy:
Unforeseen problems such as unemployment, high medical bills, divorce expenses, and other economic difficulties that occur in the lives of Arizona residents may make it hard for them to file for bankruptcy.
Millions of Americans suffer from it. No one wants to be in it. However, fact of the matter is more Americans are in debt than the number who are debt free. Being in debt can be a stressful experience and is no way to start off your new year.
This article goes through each type of bankruptcy fillings (Chapter 7 - Liquidation, Chapter 11 - Reorganization, Chapter 12 - Adjustment of Debts of a Family Farmer with Regular Annual Income and Chapter 13 - Adjustment of Debts of an Individual with Regular Income) explaining it thoroughly.
Chapter 7 is known as “straight” bankruptcy or “liquidation” and is the most commonly filed bankruptcy. The process typically lasts 3 -5 months. The goal of the Chapter 7 is to discharge your debts and begin a fresh start.
Employers who fail to remit withheld amounts from their employees are not entitled to a discharge in bankruptcy, ever.
In consideration of Hurricane Katrina, this Articles addresses the issues of blight, loan repayment, and the stability of a recovering housing market.
What happens after Bankruptcy? Can I ever get credit or take out a loan again?
DISCUSSION on differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy? outlines of what you can expect to go through when you go through the bankruptcy process, and what things you will need to do in order to receive the discharge of the debts you are looking for.
Part II of the Construction Lien Act, R.S.O. 1990, c C.30 (“CLA”), sets out the trust provisions and breach of trust claim, which is often overlooked.