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Bankruptcy when should you file

The answer to this question depends on several things. Is your house in danger of being foreclosed upon? Are creditors calling you all the time? Is your car in jeopardy of being repossessed? There are just a few of the many reasons why folks ask about bankruptcy when should you file. Working with your lawyer you…

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Where are Utah bankruptcy petitions filed

Where are Utah bankruptcy petitions filed is a common question.  You need to first understand the two court system we have in the United States.  There are state court systems and the federal court system. Bankruptcy and is related laws and rules stem from a clause in the U.S. Constitution making bankruptcy part of the…

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How bankruptcy affects credit score

No matter which bankruptcy you file for, it will show you how bankruptcy affects credit score.  That affect be for the good or the bad.  Whether it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy it will be how bankruptcy affects credit score.   We find many of our client actually improve their…

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What bankruptcy cannot do for you

Bankruptcy is not the silver bullet that will cure all your financial issues.  Many people want to know what bankruptcy can do for them here is what bankruptcy cannot do for you.  There are debts that bankruptcy cannot eliminate like student loans, child support, alimony and most secured debts. What bankruptcy cannot do for you and…

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Bankruptcy without losing house

Filing bankruptcy without losing house happens all the time.  This is usually one of biggest concern with my clients that own property.  It’s understandable that there is so much concern about filing bankruptcy without losing house since our homes are usually are largest asset (and usually our largest debt).  Most people are able to keep…

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When bankruptcy ends

So if the goal of a bankruptcy is a discharge, then the question is, when bankruptcy ends.  Most people think that a bankruptcy usually end when you are discharged.  But the case is not technically over at that point.  The court will grant a discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case usually within  about 120…

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How bankruptcy helps

Bankruptcy can seem like a scary and overwhelming proposition to many people. But the truth is, it can help you out if you are stuck with overwhelming debt and a lack of resources to pay the debt. How bankruptcy helps: It can give you financial freedom and relief that you have been seeking. Bankruptcy will…

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The Bankruptcy Guy

In today’s mail came the official Trademark for “The Bankruptcy Guy“.  For years my friends have called me “the bankruptcy guy” and last year I started looking into the process of obtaining the official trademark to the name.  In the end it took nearly a year and hours of legal work to obtain the mark. …

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Are bankruptcy records public

Yes bankruptcy records are available to the public. There is website where bankruptcy records are posted as they occur called Public Access to Court Records or PACER.  They will most likely just be looked up by attorney’s however, because on the PACER website it costs money to review each page and to open an account…

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Bankruptcy to keep house

Keeping assets during a bankruptcy is dependent on how much you owe for them, how much they are worth, and also the type of bankruptcy you are planning to file for bankruptcy to keep house. The most common bankruptcy is a Chapter 7, and generally people file for this kind of bankruptcy because they do…

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