What are the roles of the debtor, the creditors, the bankruptcy clerk, the judge, the Chapter 7 and 13 trustees, and the U. S. Trustee?
The same way that you can’t START a bankruptcy case without “credit counseling,” you can’t FINISH without “debtor education.”
“Credit counseling” is not really counseling. It’s not difficult, but a necessity before you can file a bankruptcy case.
Bankruptcy can protect you from your co-signer. Or instead can protect your co-signer from the creditor.
Bankruptcy provides limited but at the same time extraordinary help with support obligations.
Just because you owe income taxes, that doesn’t necessarily make your bankruptcy case complicated.
If you owe a debt secured by your personal property–furniture, appliances,computers–here’s what bankruptcy can do with these debts.
Bankruptcy can take care of your vehicle debt in many ways. Here are a baker’s dozen–13–of them.
Bankruptcy can enable you to keep your home through almost countless benefits. Here are 20 of them.
Even a simple Chapter 13 case can do some very special things.
A simple Chapter 13 case can be filed to do ONE special thing better than a Chapter 7 one could do, or to do MULTIPLE things better.
A simple Chapter 7 case protects you from all collections, discharges all your debts, lets you keep or surrender your collateral, and keep all your other assets.
You usually DO have a moral obligation to pay your debts. But sometime you a have a higher moral obligation NOT to.
When you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most of the time you can keep whatever you own. These 10 bullet points will help you make sense of this.