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Business Owner Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing For Bankruptcy As A Business Owner In Arizona

Are you a business owner thinking about filing for bankruptcy? If so, it is important to know what type of bankruptcy will work for you. When looking into filing, a business owner should consider:

  • The type of business you run
  • If debts outweigh the assets
  • The number of creditors attached […]

Different Types of Bankruptcy and What Works Best for You

Whether one should liquidate or file for bankruptcy depends on a case by case basis. Each situation is different and may call for a different procedure. There are two main types of bankruptcy filings in Arizona – There is Liquidation Bankruptcy, also known as Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Reorganization Bankruptcy, for which you would file […]

Can You Discharge Student Loans Through Bankruptcy?

About two-thirds of students who graduated from college in 2013 entered the real world with some form of debt. On average, these graduates left school with $30,000 worth of student loans to pay off. The United States has reached a new milestone, with student loan debt totaling a little over $1.2 trillion. The nation experienced […]

Debt Settlement 101

About 35% of Americans have debt in collections. This means that more than a third of the population has debt that is so past due that creditors have closed the accounts and placed them in collections. Most of these Americans are uneducated as to what it really means to be in debt and how debt […]

Chapter 13 Overview and Eligibility

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Eligibility And Overview Of Payment

Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows a debtor to pay back all or some of his or her debts to obtain a discharge. Unlike Chapter 7, where debtors are relieved from paying for their debts, Chapter 13 allows debtors to reorganize their debts and pay them back over time. This […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Basics

Among the different types of bankruptcies, Chapter 7 proceedings, commonly known as a�?liquidation,a�? are the most common. Chapter 7 is a federal court process where most debt will be discharged and any unexempt assets will be sold for the benefit of your creditors. It is an opportunity for debtors who are badly in debt to […]

Where Do I File Bankruptcy?

Things happen, people move. If you are connected to multiple states or you are planning to move around, you might wonder where you should be filing bankruptcy. You may also have filed for bankruptcy in one state previously and waited the required time period to file another bankruptcy in another state.

How do I pick where […]

Who is the Bankruptcy Trustee?

One of the most important pieces to any bankruptcy is the bankruptcy trustee. The trustee will be the one to make most decisions in your bankruptcy. The bankruptcy trustee’s role will depend on the type of bankruptcy that you choose to file (i.e. Chapter 7 or Chapter 13).

Who or what is the bankruptcy […]

Is There a Limit to How Many Bankruptcies You Can File?

Filing for bankruptcy can provide you with debt relief by allowing you to pay back a portion of your debt or wiping out the debt you had. After filing for bankruptcy, you should make sure to manage your debts and borrow only what you need. However, life does take some twists and turns. You may […]

Discharging Fraud Debts

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is said to be a liquidation bankruptcy that provides debtors with a fresh start. Bankruptcy under this chapter of the Bankruptcy Code allows debtors to discharge certain debt, which is why it feels like the debtor is starting anew. However, there are types of debt that cannot be discharged.

What kinds of debts […]

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