Have your attorney first make sure that your creditor has a right to the collateral. If so, arrange to pay for the right to keep it.
Bankruptcy can make it possible to keep your vehicle. You have two ways, depending on how much help you need.
Here’s some of the very good news you might hear if you followed up on your New Year’s resolution to go see a bankruptcy attorney.
This Thanksgiving, we have much to be thankful for among the basketful of benefits provided by the bankruptcy laws.
You may be much more comfortable with the “straight bankruptcy” process once you read this story about how it goes.
Filing a “straight bankruptcy” Chapter 7 case stops the repo man even if he’s about to grab your car or truck. What happens next?
Before getting into something, you should know how to get out. Like what it takes to successfully finish a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case.
If you owe a debt secured by your personal property–furniture, appliances,computers–here’s what bankruptcy can do with these debts.
What happens to the furniture, computer and such that you owe money on? Can they be protected under both Chapters?
File under Chapter 7 if you don’t need lots of help keeping your vehicle. File under Chapter 13 if you do.
Chapter 7 puts you in the driver’s seat to either keep or surrender the collateral securing your business debts.
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