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How to File for Bankruptcy: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Bankruptcy By Jordan White
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10 Time-Tested Tips for Bankruptcy When you are dealing with bankruptcy there are many things that you are going to want to remember. First of all, you should know that it is almost impossible for... More > you to deal with bankruptcy on your own. This means that if you are going to deal with bankruptcy, and if you want to come out on top in the end, you have to be sure that you have a good lawyer and a good financial advisor that can help you. Here's a preview of what you will learn: - Tips on filing for Bankruptcy - The Main types of Bankruptcy - The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Timeline - and More GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!< Less
Bankruptcy: Clear and Unbiased Facts About Bankruptcy Law By Linda Konieczny
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The federal courts have a process known as bankruptcy which is designed to help individuals and businesses clear their debts and manage repayments under the protection of a bankruptcy court. The two... More > kinds of bankruptcy are: reorganization and liquidation. There are 2 sides to the changes in bankruptcy rules. It will be a lot harder to file bankruptcy under chapter 7 and get a totally clean slate. For businesses, relying on issuing credit, the new personal bankruptcy law is doing great, reducing personal bankruptcy claims from the thousands to double digits.(In the short run). Grab this ebook today to learn everything you need to know.< Less
Bankruptcy Guide: The Truth About Bankruptcy Law By Janet Simms
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10 Simple Things You Must Know About Bankruptcy Deciding to file for bankruptcy is never an easy choice to make. You must first weigh the pros and cons, and determine what type of bankruptcy you can... More > file. Here's a preview of what you will learn: - Bankruptcy and Divorce - Bankruptcy and Taxes - Bankruptcy Counseling - and More GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY!< Less
Bankruptcy Basics: A Guide to Bankruptcy Rights and Procedures By James C. Duff
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James C. Duff is the Director of the Bankruptcy Judges Division of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. In Bankruptcy Basics, he provides a helpful summary about the types of... More > bankruptcy proceedings, which one is right for you, and what to expect in each one. This ebook is applicable to cases filed on or after October 17, 2005, when the government made extensive changes to bankruptcy law.< Less
HOW TO KEEP YOUR INCOME AND ASSETS AND STILL FILE BANKRUPTCY By Janet Martin
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How to keep your income and assets as you pre-plan for a strategic bankruptcy filing, and emerge with your head held high!
How to Keep your Income and Assets and Still file Bankruptcy By Janet Martin
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Strategic planning tools for people with income and assets who are having to consider bankruptcy due to a lawsuit or similar event, yet have good business, or personal financial situation otherwise.
Federal Bankruptcy Rules: 2013 By Summit Legal Publishing
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Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2013: Current through March 1, 2013 Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2013 contains rules relating to bankruptcy practice in federal courts in a portable, affordable and easy to... More > read book. Also included in this edition is Bankruptcy Basics, which provides general information on the bankruptcy process, bankruptcy laws, and an explanation of the different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed. Summit Legal Publishing also provides online access to downloadable, printable Federal Bankruptcy forms, Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Manuals and BAP forms. This book includes: Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, Local Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panels for the First, Sixth, Eighth, Ninth & Tenth Circuits and Bankruptcy Basics. Also available in a softcover print edition.< Less
Federal Bankruptcy Rules: 2012 By Summit Legal Publishing
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Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2012: Current through May 1, 2012 Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2012 contains rules relating to bankruptcy practice in federal courts in a portable, affordable and easy to read... More > book. Also included in this edition is Bankruptcy Basics, which provides general information on the bankruptcy process, bankruptcy laws, and an explanation of the different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed. Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2012 features free access to an online collection of downloadable, printable, full-sized versions of bankruptcy forms. This book includes: Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (Fully Indexed) Local Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panels for the First, Sixth, Eighth, Ninth & Tenth Circuits Bankruptcy Basics< Less
Federal Bankruptcy Rules: 2014 By Summit Legal Publishing
eBook (ePub): $19.97
Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2014: Current through March 15, 2014 Federal Bankruptcy Rules 2014 contains rules relating to bankruptcy practice in federal courts in a portable, affordable and easy to... More > read book. Also included in this edition is Bankruptcy Basics, which provides general information on the bankruptcy process, bankruptcy laws, and an explanation of the different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed. Summit Legal Publishing also provides online access to downloadable, printable Federal Bankruptcy forms, Bankruptcy Appellate Panel Manuals and BAP forms. This book includes: Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure Local Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Appellate Panels for the First, Sixth, Eighth, Ninth & Tenth Circuits Bankruptcy Basics Also available in a softcover print edition.< Less
Bankruptcy Protection "Making The Right Decisions" By Keith Rossignol
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To File Or Not To File For Bankruptcy Protection: Before taking into consideration bankruptcy protection you might consider talking to your creditors. They may work with you and resolve your... More > account issues by accepting less payment or settling the account for a smaller amount, or both. It is always better to make an effort to discuss a possible settlement with a creditor, especially if you’re only talking about a few financial accounts. If you have to make a decision which to pay first the rent/ mortgage, utilities, food or credit card “which would come last, or not at all”. Filing for bankruptcy maybe the right decision for you. What do you think will happen if you’re to say to a creditor “I’m filing for bankruptcy protection”? Now What?< Less