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Veterans in Bankruptcy

Veterans in Bankruptcy – V.A. Benefits Excluded from Means Test

Veterans in bankruptcy face enough challenges.  One such challenge no longer exists. The federal government on August 23, 2019 enacted the Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need Act of 2019.  Also known as “HAVEN” the law amends Section 101(10A) of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.  As a result, Veterans Administration and […]

Bankruptcy Petition Preparers

BANKRUPTCY PETITION PREPARERS

  Bankruptcy petition preparers offer an option sort of like a guy in a trench coat selling wrist watches.  Bankruptcy petition preparers are not attorneys but offer ‘document preparation services’.  With a word processor and a computer, pretty much anyone can create a pile of paper. But a troublesome issue […]

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Bankruptcy Basics: Chapter 7, Chapter 13

  Any view of bankruptcy basics starts with the two types of consumer bankruptcy:  Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 cancels or “discharges” many types of debt.  Most credit card, medical, and other unsecured debts are discharged, as are most court judgments and loans. Many filers find all of […]

Should I FIle Bankruptcy: Considerations.

Should I File Bankruptcy? What Basics Should be Considered?

Should I file bankruptcy?  Just the thought can overwhelm.  Mountains of debt, collections and other pressing issues bring the issue into view, requiring a look at pros and cons. First, calculate how long it will take to pay off your debts.  Throw all credit cards in a drawer.  Figure how much over the […]

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Keeping Cars in Bankruptcy

Is keeping cars in bankruptcy possible while still discharging credit card debt?  We want to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy.  How do we tell if we make too much money to even file a chapter 7? Whether or not bankruptcy filers can keep any individual piece of property depends on many […]



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