bankruptcy in utah

Federal bankruptcy law directs most of the bankruptcy process and can be found at 11 U.S.C. sec 101 et seq, but there are some intricacies within each state governed by Utah state law. If you are filing bankruptcy in Utah, you’ve come to the right place! Here are 5 Things about filing bankruptcy in Utah keep in mind

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In order to determine what bankruptcy can i file for or if you are eligible for bankruptcy, you must take the means test.  in 2005 Congress made major changes to the bankruptcy laws via changes to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.  One of the new changes was something called the “Means Test”.  The means test will…

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There is no requirement to have assets when you file bankruptcy so you can certainly file bankruptcy without assets.  In a “No Asset” Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, the debtor doesn’t own any assets or property that the creditors can take therefore they have a bankruptcy without assets. The debtor possesses nothing that can be sold…

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For some reason that I have not been able to determine there is a rumor floating around that you need to employed to file for bankruptcy protection.  There is no requirement under the Bankruptcy Code to be employed to get protection of the bankruptcy court.  So rest assured that you can still file for bankruptcy…

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No, the United States Bankruptcy code does not require married couples to file together. However, in most of the cases I see, both spouses usually choose to file together. But there are exceptions, such as recent newlyweds, sometimes only one spouse files thereby preserving the credit standing of the other, non-filing spouse. You do need to…

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