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How a Corporate Bankruptcy Attorney Helps In Bankruptcy

Debtors who are faced with frustrating financial obligation due to scenarios beyond their control such as a sudden job loss, a pay cut, a cut in hours, and a medical emergency, death in the family or divorce might have no other option however to declare insolvency.

Insolvency is not always a bad thing, it has actually received a bad reputation in years past however in today's economy, it is providing debtors a much needed fresh start. Insolvency provides individuals hope; it's the…

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Added by garretthkxh106 on October 15, 2019 at 6:17pm — No Comments

Can I Turn My Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Into Chapter 7?

Having to apply for insolvency can be an exceptionally difficult choice, one filled with stress and trepidation. Many everyone is worried about the effects of filing and the reaction they receive from their peers and family members. Often one's financial resources can spiral out of control and insolvency can often be the very best option and implies to a fresh start.

What exactly is personal bankruptcy?

When personal bankruptcy is declared, a specific or…

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Added by garretthkxh106 on September 17, 2019 at 11:39pm — No Comments

Debtors Given More Leeway For Chapter 13 Payments by Supreme Court

You owe taxes to the Irs (IRS). To make matters worse you find out the IRS has actually put a tax lien on your residential or commercial property with the county recorder's workplace. What can you do? Is the tax lien dischargeable in personal bankruptcy?

Under 11 U.S.C. A A 507 and A 523, the list below taxes are dischargeable in bankruptcy if:

1) The return was last due at least 3 years prior to the insolvency petition was submitted;

2) The tax claim was assessed within…

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Added by garretthkxh106 on September 11, 2019 at 9:22am — No Comments

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