Zero. That is how much unsecured debt remains after a chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy discharge.
Y was a tough letter to find to post about for bankruptcy.Not many bankruptcy terms begin with the letter Y, there isn't much caselaw that starts with the letter Y.No Judge has a name that starts with a Y in ChicagoSo, I figure I'll sell the benefits of bankruptcy, with Y is for YOU DID IT!You completed the bankruptcy case. 3 months for chapter 7, and 3 to 5 years for most chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. So, now what?It is a good idea to check your credit report a few months...
D. Choosing which topic for D was daunting. LOL, get it, D(aunting)? I Digress. I could have went with Debtor, Disposable Income, Domestic Support Obligations, Debtor Education Certificates among others. But, what do people who file for bankruptcy really want? Yes, a DISCHARGE.
Bankruptcy Law Question:Subject: Filed as individual 3 years agoQuestion:Hi. About 3 years ago I filed chapter 7 as an individual because I wasn't married. Now i'm married and unfortunately got myself into some more debt. Can I file again because my status has changed or do I still have to wait the 8 years?Answer:Hi. Unfortunately, you cannot file chapter 7 bankruptcy again until 8 years from the date you filed previously. Your option at this point is to file chapter 13 bankruptcy, where...
Subject: selling home Question: How long after I have been discharged can I sell my home Answer: Once you receive your discharge, you can sell at any time.If you need to sell during your case, you can, if you get approval from the judge.
Here are a sampling of questions I have been getting regarding bankruptcy an bankruptcy process. If you would like further bankruptcy information, please contact my law office.
If a Judgment was won against you for a security bond and you file bankruptcy with no real property or income, can that judgment be included in the bankruptcy?
I am not totally familiar with a 'security...