Category Archives: Bankruptcy


Is Information From A Bankruptcy Public?

Privacy has been, and most likely always will be, desirable in many aspects of your life. It becomes especially desirable in times of struggle and can play a big part in the decisions you make to help yourself. When it comes to bankruptcy, many worry about how public the information is going to be. Is……
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Does Bankruptcy Affect Future or Current Employment?

You might be hesitant when it comes to filing for bankruptcy because you’re afraid you might lose your job. Maybe you’re concerned that a potential employer will deny your employment if you filed for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you can’t meet your financial demands with a job, how would you without one?……
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Can I File Bankruptcy Without My Spouse?

It may be the case that both partners within marriage are facing financial challenges or it could be the case that one has racked up significant debt on joint accounts that affect both. Married couples do have the option to file bankruptcy together, but they are not obligated to do so. How To File Bankruptcy……
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What Is Involuntary Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is typically advertised as an option you can turn to in a tough financial situation. It provides you with a way to discharge some, if not all, of your debt and get you back on track to a sound financial future. In rare situations, an unwilling debtor might get forced into involuntary bankruptcy by……
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Are Annuities Exempt in Bankruptcy?

When it comes to bankruptcy, it’s important to know what properties, debt, or other money can be deemed exempt. This is especially true because property exemptions can vary from state to state, and even those can vary from federal property exemptions. The same holds true for annuities, which usually come in the form of an……
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