Are you ready to file for bankruptcy but not sure of the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13? Here are some key differences between the two forms of bankruptcy.
- If you need relief from your debt but do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you might want to use Chapter 13. Chapter 13 is much different than Chapter 7, though, and
- Deciding to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be an answer to your debt problems, as it provides a discharge for qualifying debts. If you apply for bankruptcy, though, you mus
- Taxes are an ever-present reminder of the need for citizens to do their part and provide funds for the government to run. Since a bankruptcy filing is a federal governmen
- Receiving a clawback demand letter from the bankruptcy court can be disheartening because it means the trustee is coming after money a client recently paid you—the money