Archive for August 2018

Bankruptcy when does it end

Bankruptcy when does it end is a common question.  When you get a discharge in a bankruptcy it is a big step, however, it is not the end of the case.  The Bankruptcy Court will enter an order closing the case that is when your case is closed.  Most of the time the case will…

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Bankruptcy when broke

Declare Bankruptcy When Broke Or While You Still Have Cash?  Many people think that they should declare bankruptcy when they’re totally broke. Being penniless will actually make the process much, much, harder. While you can certainly declare bankruptcy on your own, many people choose to hire a bankruptcy attorney, which can cost between $1,000 and…

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Bankruptcy vs debt settlement

Here are a few things that may help you decide if you should choose bankruptcy vs debt settlement. First, you will want to look at all of your debt, not merely credit card debt.  If your debt is mostly unsecured debt then you will need to determine the amount of that kind of debt. If…

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When bankruptcy is removed from credit report

When bankruptcy is removed from credit report? Bankruptcies typically stay on your credit report for around 10 years. It will be removed automatically at the end of that period. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy usually stays for 10 years and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy stays for around 7. Bankruptcy is removed from credit report automatically. According…

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Bankruptcy discharge vs dismissal

  May people confuse the difference between a bankruptcy discharge vs dismissal but they are two very different and distinct outcomes of bankruptcy. A bankruptcy discharge means that the requirements set out by the court have been met by the debtor(s) (the party filing the bankruptcy). In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy a discharge means that…

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Where are bankruptcy proceedings held

Are bankruptcy proceedings held in federal courts?  In Utah those courts are located in Salt Lake City and in Saint George, Utah.  The clerk of the bankruptcy court is located at the court in Salt Lake at 350 South Main Street, Salt Lake City in the Moss Courthouse on the Third Floor. Bankruptcy is part…

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Bankruptcy with no money

It is difficult to file bankruptcy with no money. Your attorney will charge you a retainer fee and then there is a court filing fee. In a strange way it’s ironic, but bankruptcy can seem like a very expensive undertaking when you have no money. Bankruptcy with no money can seem impossible. Are you wondering…

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Utah County Backruptcy Attorney Services

Bankruptcy discharge paperwork
Utah Homestead Exemption Law
Is bankruptcy the only option?
Bankruptcy with medical bills
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