As a sole proprietor, filing for bankruptcy in Utah can have significant consequences for your business. Depending on the type of bankruptcy you file, the process can either help you restructure your debts and keep your business running, or result in the liquidation of your assets and the closure of your business.
When you file for bankruptcy, your bankruptcy case does become a public record. No matter the type of case Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 it can be part of a public record. However that doesn’t mean that it’s simple, free and easy to get the information for your family and friends to look at whenever… Continue reading Are bankruptcy cases public record
If you want to keep your house or car after filing for bankruptcy then you need to continue to make monthly payments. The way you make the payment may very depending on the type of bankruptcy you file. You should make sure your Utah bankruptcy lawyer lets you know how you should be making your payments after your case… Continue reading After filing for bankruptcy do I need to keep paying my house and car payment?