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I am planning on filing bankruptcy. I found out this weekend I will be fired in the morning. Should I quit first or wait and be fired?

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 02nd, 2017 on Bankruptcy - New Mexico
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Answered on Apr 04th, 2017 at 4:06 PM

If your firing is not justified, you might have a claim for wrongful termination.  If you file bankruptcy after being fired and you have a claim against the employer, you will have to list it as an asset in your bankruptcy.

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