Even though it’s already past Thanksgiving, there’s plenty more to be thankful for in the bankruptcy laws.
This Thanksgiving, we have much to be thankful for among the basketful of benefits provided by the bankruptcy laws.
What happens during the years of a Chapter 13 case after the judge approves your plan and you finish it?
What happens at the most important hearing you don’t attend in your Chapter 13 case, the “Confirmation Hearing”?
What happens in and around the “Meeting of Creditors” in a Chapter 13 case?
The initial steps in a Chapter 13 case right after it is filed.
To demystify how Chapter 13 works, see how a relatively straightforward one pencils out.
You’ll likely be much more comfortable with the Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” procedure once you read this story about how it plays out.
More on getting comfortable with the “straight bankruptcy” process with this story about how it works.
You may be much more comfortable with the “straight bankruptcy” process once you read this story about how it goes.
Can you and your spouse file bankruptcy together when you are about to get divorced? Should you?
Think long and hard before filing a Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” case together with your spouse if your marriage won’t outlast it.
Although rare, sometimes it’s best for one of you to file a Chapter 7 case and the other a Chapter 13 one.