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Who Pays for a Bankruptcy?
Ways to come up with the funds you'll need to file for bankruptcy. ... READ MORE

Can I Keep My Property If I File for Bankruptcy in Michigan?
Learn about bankruptcy exemptions in Michigan. ... READ MORE

How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Spouse?
Even though your spouse doesn't file with you, your bankruptcy case will have an effect on the household. ... READ MORE

If I File for Bankruptcy, What Happens to My IRA?
In a bankruptcy case, you could lose some property to your creditors. But your IRA is almost certainly safe. ... READ MORE

How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Security Clearance?
Filing for bankruptcy won't rob you of a security clearance and could help mitigate financial factors that would stand in your way. ... READ MORE

How Will Bankruptcy Affect My Job?
A bankruptcy is not supposed to affect your job, but the reasons you filed bankruptcy may cause you a headache. ... READ MORE

If I File for Bankruptcy, What Happens to My Debt?
Bankruptcy can bring a lot of relief when you're overwhelmed with debt, but there are some debts that even bankruptcy can't eliminate. ... READ MORE

If I File for Bankruptcy, What Happens to My House?
Learn about options that will help you keep your home in bankruptcy. ... READ MORE

If I File for Bankruptcy, What Happens to My Car?
Learn about your vehicle options in bankruptcy. ... READ MORE

Can I File for Bankruptcy in Another State?
Learn where you can file your bankruptcy case, as well as which laws you'll use to protect your property. ... READ MORE

 

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What is a 341 Meeting?

What is a 341 Meeting? A meeting of the creditors, or a 341 meeting, is something every bankruptcy filer must go through in order to have their debts discharged.  In a nutshell, you will be asked ... Read more

Bankruptcy Is Constitutional

Bankruptcy is specifically mentioned in the United States Constitution. The United States Constitution states: “[The Congress shall have Power] to establish . . . uniform laws on the subject of ... Read more

Ohio Bankruptcy Exemptions

People considering bankruptcy are usually concerned with whether they can still keep their houses, cars, furniture, clothing and the tools they use to make a living. The good news is that Ohio has gen ... Read more

Ohio Homeowners Get Greater Protection In Bankruptcy

In Ohio, you can now keep even more of your assets when you file for bankruptcy. Starting April 1, 2013, each person can keep up to $132,900 of equity in their home, which adds up to $265,800 for a ma ... Read more

When Business Necessity Trumps a Claim of Discrimination

While it may be surprising to some, the mere fact that workplace discrimination is occurring in violation of federal or state law does not automatically mean that an aggrieved worker is entitled to le ... Read more

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