I am unsure if I should do a Ch.7 bankruptcy, I am scarred being something new to me & making such a big impacting decision, as well the thought of being left vulnerable to not having any credit afterwards. My association bought my property & soon to get the certificate of title/sale (still in the 10days). Is it beneficial for me to stop the transfer certificate of title by expediting the objection to the sale & hurrying up to do a bankruptcy OR leaving it as is & still do the bankruptcy after the fact? What's big differences? Should I even do a bankruptcy right now or wait and see if the creditors (mtg.&assc.) would come after me later on? What is the statute of limitations? Will they most likely do this if so should I just wait until then to do the bankruptcy, is this good choice? S.O.S
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
I have written a two part legal guide on this very topic, called Now or Later, containing the top 10 reasons to file now and the top 10 reasons to file later. The link below is to my entire legal guides, so scroll through to find these two articles. Hope this perspective helps!
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Hire an attorney to review this matter. It is impossible to give you a credible answering without knowing all your financial circumstances.
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
A consultation with a bankruptcy attorney is confidential and typically free. We understand that people are scared and have many concerns so we are here to answer your questions. Whether you will achieve your goals through bankruptcy now or later will depend on answers to specific questions about your assets, debts, income. Don't be afraid to pick up the phone and call a local attorney in your area to discuss the details of your situation.
If you are trying to retain the property, you need to contact a local bankruptcy attorney ASAP. If you are okay with losing the property to foreclosure, there is less urgency, but you should still contact a local bankruptcy attorney to determine whether you are eligible for Chapter 7 and whether it makes sense for you to file in the near future given your particular circumstances.
If you are really on the fence about filing now versus filing later, then no attorney can advise you without examining your assets, liabilities and other financial information more closely.
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