Although it’s hard to get rid of student loans through bankruptcy, it’s worth knowing whether and how it can help.
If you or your business is stuck in litigation that is sucking you dry financially and emotionally, bankruptcy may be your best way out.
Would your small business thrive if you could just get some relief from your creditors? Especially the tax collectors? Consider Chapter 13.
If you’ve decided to close down your business, or would if you could avoid its debts, or had a way to pay its taxes, consider bankruptcy.
You’ve been sued by one or more creditors. They have a judgment or are about to get one. You can stop them from garnishing your paycheck.
Get relief from what can be the most dangerous kind of debt. Support enforcement is very powerful. Fight back with something even stronger.
Chapter 13 is powerful for dealing with past-due support. But it’s even stronger in dealing with non-support divorce debts.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can conquer your taxes, each in its own way. What could improve your life in 2015 more than getting rid of that worry?!
Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” & especially Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” come with some truly powerful tools for preserving your home.
You’re stuck. Very unhappy about your financial predicament but don’t know where to turn. So, resolve to get help in finding a solution.
Chapter 13 stops both mortgage and property tax foreclosures. Then you have up to 5 years to catch up on the property taxes.
Both the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 types of bankruptcy give you excellent ways to either keep andâif you wantâsafely let go of your vehicle.