Bankruptcy


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Read The Pros and Cons of Chapter 13 Laws

In serving as a source of information on Chapter 13 bankruptcy laws, the U.S. Court system freely acknowledges that Chapter 13 may be a better alternative solution to the problem
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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
As it has well been documented, filing for bankruptcy requires the proper documentation to be filed in bankruptcy court. In filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the initial application must be passed
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Facts to Know About Chapter 13 Governing Laws

Over their history, Chapter 13 bankruptcy laws, perhaps more than any other kind of bankruptcy in the United States, have seen a dramatic ebb and flow with regard to the
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What You Need to Know About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Statistics

While the decision to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be encouraged by the U.S. Courts relative to other options, this is not a wholesale endorsement on the part of the
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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13

While it may seem a lot of Chapter 13 information may be put in the context of "Chapter 7 vs.
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Must Read Before Hiring A Chapter 13 Attorney

Misrepresentation in Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, and pretty much all bankruptcy cases, will understandably be met with disapproval by the
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Payment Plan Rehabilitation for those with Regular Income

    Payment Plan Rehabilitation for those with Regular Income
Representing the aims and struggles of lower- and middle-class Americans, Chapter 13 payment plan rehabilitation is a stark departure from
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7 Steps to Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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Chapter 13 Background At A Glance

For some Americans mired in debt, they may have no choice but to declare bankruptcy in hopes of getting their
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Quick Look into Chapter 13 Purpose and Usage

As is the norm with bankruptcy cases, Chapter 13 bankruptcy rules dictate that debtors are protected from creditors through the doctrine of automatic stay. Thus, for the three years or
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