bankruptcy and my husband

Sometimes filing bankruptcy individually isn’t necessarily the best option if you and your spouse share debts, and only one one of you files since debt collectors still have the ability to contact the non-filing spouse regarding debt payments. Filing jointly can be beneficial to your spouse in that situation, because it could protect them from debt collectors.

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If your business is organized as a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), your personal assets are usually protected from business creditors –unless you specifically gave up your so-called “limited liability” protection. Unfortunately, you may have done so if the bank or other creditor required a personal guarantee and/or personal security before loaning you…

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The U.S. Bankruptcy Court is part of the United States Federal Court System.  As of the writing of this blog there are 94 Bankruptcy Districts in the United States.  In all districts there is at least one siting bankruptcy court judge and a clerk of court.  Almost all federal bankruptcy districts have more than on…

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