Want to learn more about Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 bankruptcy? Wondering what filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy means? We’re here to help.
Unfortunately, divorce and bankruptcy can go hand-in-hand at times, so it’s important to know how a divorce affects a bankruptcy case. If you’re considering divorcing your spouse and are thinking about addressing your debts through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, continue reading.Read More →
Filing chapter 13 bankruptcy is much like filing chapter 7 bankruptcy, initially, but it does get much more complicated.Read More →
If your main intention is to keep secured non-exempt property and catch up on past due-payments, a Chapter 13 might be the better choice.Read More →
If you qualify to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy, and you do not have significant assets to protect, a chapter 7 is probably your best option.Read More →
You do not have to be employed to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, but you do have to have the capability to make monthly payments to your trustee.Read More →
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a type of bankruptcy that provides relief for folks who make too much money to qualify for Chapter 7. At its core, it’s a reorganization that allows the filer to pay as much as their budget can handle instead of trying to keep up with each creditors’ minimum monthly payments.Read More →
If you have a dismissed Chapter 13 case, you may have several options. You might be able to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, even if you cannot afford to pay another attorney to help you. Upsolve provides no cost bankruptcy services to low-income Americans.Read More →