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Weighing the Costs of Filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

For debtors with high amounts of unpaid loans, paying off creditors using their savings is not the only option. In fact, borrowers who own valuable and nonexempt property may choose to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, choosing this type of bankruptcy involves weighing both the financial and indirect costs on the part [...]


Bankruptcy Alternative

If you’re facing serious financial problems, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy. In many cases, bankruptcies were an apt solution for people who have been struggling financially. While filing bankruptcy is often the last resort for debtors, it’s also possible that they may not realize what alternatives there are. Indeed, there are less [...]


Federal Bankruptcy Exemptions in Oregon

When financial problems become severe, declaring bankruptcy is the common solution. People in debt may overcome their financial distress by taking advantage of bankruptcy protection. Not only do bankruptcies offer debt relief, but they also lead to a fresh start. If you want to declare bankruptcy, there are some necessary steps you need to [...]


Bankruptcy Fees

Bankruptcy laws were created to be a tool for debt relief available for people with financial problems who are insolvent and unable to pay the debts to their creditors. Declaring bankruptcy is as not as easy as it sounds. There are a number of factors to consider. An important thing to note is that [...]


Washington Bankruptcy in a Nutshell

Credit card companies may tell you that you’ll only go bankrupt if you lose control over your spending and misuse your credit card, but this is not true. Bankruptcy lawyers will tell you that their clients who have filed bankruptcy cases with bankruptcy courts have done so for various reasons. Debtors come in all [...]


Chapter 7 No-Asset Cases

There are different types of bankruptcy presented in the bankruptcy code. If you want to petition for personal bankruptcy, you would likely file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Chapter 7 involves liquidation, while Chapter 13 involves debt reorganization. Debtors who file under the liquidation bankruptcy chapter usually have very few assets. [...]


Bankruptcy Automatic Stay in Oregon

Filing for Chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcy triggers an injunction called “automatic stay.” It essentially protects debtors from persistent collection efforts from creditors and other collection agencies. Once an automatic stay is in effect, all debt collection efforts must stop at once. If you filed for bankruptcy, it means that creditors may no [...]


Preparing Bankruptcy Information

How do I prepare for bankruptcy? If you have serious financial problems and want to get out of debt, you may need to petition for bankruptcy. There are some things you have to do before filing your bankruptcy petition in order to harness the bankruptcy process in an optimal way. There’s more to declaring bankruptcy [...]


Preparing for Bankruptcy in Oregon

Bogged by financial problems, debtors in Oregon count on the bankruptcy protection that filers get upon filing a petition for bankruptcy. The automatic stay is something that they look forward to. It’s an injunction that takes effect upon the bankruptcy filing and it puts a halt on all debt collection attempts from collection agencies [...]


Bankruptcy Exemptions in Washington

If you’re going through financial distress, you may want to file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Either bankruptcy chapter allows you to have certain assets exempted from bankruptcy proceedings. If an asset is exempted, it will not be sold to your creditor to pay your debt. Different exemptions are specific to [...]