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    • 1.

      Which Bankruptcy Debts Can Be Cleared

      by Nikola Govorko - 2006-11-29
      Bankruptcy discharge is a lawful term which means that all your obligations towards the creditors have been cleared and you no longer have to payback certain kind of debts. Your creditors no longer ha...
    • 2.

      What is a Means Test Under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

      by Adamheist - 2006-12-13
      In the recent years, bankruptcy has become the only way out for many people suffering unbearable debts. According to the US law, a business, partnership, a corporation or an individual like you and me...
    • 3.

      You Can Get A Second Chances For Credit

      by John Edmond - 2007-03-23
      A lot of people give up when they feel like their credit is ruined. They don't feel there is any point to trying to apply for things that they want because of their tarnished credit. However, gaining ...
    • 4.

      New Bankruptcy Law Makes It More Difficult To Go Bankrupt

      by Bob Miles - 2007-04-20
      Disclaimer: The following article meant for reference only, and is not intended to be legal advice. Be sure to consult a lawyer for a full explanation.The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Prot...
    • 5.

      Don't Attempt Bankruptcy Without Knowing Bankruptcy Law

      by Jon Arnold - 2007-07-30
      If you think that you have nothing now, the new bankruptcy laws could even shrink that! The new bankruptcy law overhauls the laws that were modified in 1978. It not only tightens the requirements fo...
    • 6.

      Why Filing Bankruptcy Continues To Increase Over Last Year

      by Jon Arnold - 2007-08-21
      Studies show that people filing bankruptcy by about mid-year this year so far have increased by more than 45% over the number of people filing bankruptcy last year at this same time. This is true for ...
    • 7.

      Finance & Investment Why Your Best Bankruptcy Option Is To Use A Bankruptcy Lawyer

      by Jon Arnold - 2007-09-26
      If you have done any amount of research at all, you have likely found out that the bankruptcy laws have recently changed, and the change was significant. The bankruptcy laws still vary from state...
    • 8.

      Finance & Investment Consumer Education Is Key When Considering Bankruptcy

      by Jon Arnold - 2007-09-27
      Only a few short years ago, it used to be fairly easy to file bankruptcy, almost as easy as it is in the board game of Monopoly, where the ramifications of doing so were about the same as in Monop...
    • 9.

      Bankruptcy Law: What You Need To Know

      by Matthew Hick - 2007-10-29
      Until just a few years ago, filing for bankruptcy was fairly easy. Not anymore. When Congress changed the nation's bankruptcy laws in 2005, many debtors found the new "Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention an...
    • 10.

      Bankruptcy Help - Different Types of Available Services

      by Matthew Hick - 2007-11-05
      Filing bankruptcy can be overwhelming. Suddenly you're thrust into a world of legal terms and mounds of paperwork you can barely understand. Is there help available? There sure is! Whether you can...