Legal Advice for Bankruptcy — 82,050 results
Written by attorney Gust G Sarris, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determining your level of debt. Assemble all of your debts. This includes credit cards, mortgages, car payments, insurance, etc. Make yourself a spreadsheet using several simple columns... more
Written by attorney Sean Hanley, about 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
This FAQ is intended to answer some very basic commonly asked bankruptcy questions.
The FAQ covers Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
Written by attorney Mark Allen Reed, over 1 year ago. STAFF PICK
Bankruptcy can be the biggest burden to an individual, small business or a multi million dollar corporation. Most people consider filing bankruptcy when either they cannot afford to... more
Asked in Newnan, GA - .
Written by attorney John Mark Wilk, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy plans have several advantages over Chapter 7 plans. Here's why.
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Schedule A - Real Estate Schedule A lists all of the real estate that you own as of the date of filing. This is obvious with respect to your home, if you own the property. It may not be... more
Written by attorney Christopher Ariano, over 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are a repeat reader, you may have heard me discuss the means test. Specifically, I have a tendency to blabber something along the lines of "if you current income is lower than the... more
Asked in Chicago, IL - .
Written by attorney Jeffrey Foster, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
6 Months Income The first step in deciding whether to file bankruptcy is to evaluate your income over the last six months. This six-month income test is called the "means test" or median... more
Written by attorney Brent Davis, over 1 year ago. STAFF PICK
Ok, it's over. You have your Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge from the Bankruptcy Court. What now? Do these seven things to tie up your loose ends and begin your fresh start the right way!