Posts Tagged ‘chapter 7 bankruptcy’

When faced with a tremendous amount of debt, some consumers will turn to bankruptcy as a last resort. Generally, there are two different types of bankruptcies that most filers will choose from; the choices vary widely and will usually come down to either debt repayment or debt discharge. However, there are also other types of […]

Some of the following reasons that a bankruptcy court might dismiss a case include, but are not limited to: The filer voluntarily requests a dismissal Bankruptcy isn’t the answer for everyone, and some people realize this after they’ve already filed and the process is underway. There are a number of reasons why somebody might want […]

Often as a last resort, many consumers will turn to bankruptcy to settle debt troubles and to start over with a clean slate. Alas, not all bankruptcy filings are successful, and there are situations in which the court will dismiss them altogether instead of canceling or discharging debts. Although dismissals can occur in any type […]

There are several different types of bankruptcy to consider for those about to file, and one common option is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With this type of bankruptcy, filers use their income to pay all or a portion of their debts over time, according to a set schedule. Depending on their income and the amount of […]

  There are several different types of bankruptcy to consider for those about to file, and one common option is Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With this type of bankruptcy, filers use their income to pay all or a portion of their debts over time, according to a set schedule. Depending on their income and the amount […]