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How Much Do Pennsylvania Lawyers Charge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably want to know how much you’ll have to pay your lawyer. And if an attorney has already quoted you a price, you may want to find out how it compares to what other lawyers charge. We surveyed our readers who had filed for this type ... Read more

How Much Do Lawyers in Virginia Charge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably want to know how much you’ll have to pay your lawyer. And if an attorney has already quoted you a price, you may want to find out how it compares to what other lawyers charge. We surveyed our readers who had filed for this type ... Read more

How Much Do Lawyers in New Jersey Charge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably want to know how much you’ll have to pay your lawyer. And if an attorney has already quoted you a price, you may want to find out how it compares to what other lawyers charge. We surveyed our readers who had filed for this type ... Read more

How Much Do Illinois Lawyers Charge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably want to know how much you’ll have to pay your lawyer. And if an attorney has already quoted you a price, you may want to find out how it compares to what other lawyers charge. We surveyed our readers who had filed for this type ... Read more

How Much Do Michigan Lawyers Charge for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you probably want to know how much you’ll have to pay your lawyer. And if an attorney has already quoted you a price, you may want to find out how it compares to what other lawyers charge. We surveyed our readers who had filed for this type ... Read more

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If you personally guaranty the lease then yes, you would still be liable for the lease if your company was insolvent.  The key is to sign the lease only on behalf of the company.  However, i ...Read more

You can file bankruptcy by yourself regardless of whose name the debts are under. But your spouse's income, expenses, assets and debts must be included in the filing (and analysis for eligibility). M ...Read more

The bankruptcy can be individual or joint.  A bankruptcy lawyer can determine which is the best way to go.

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Two birds with one stone

A bankruptcy will discharge individuals of most judgments, but not all. Certain claims may be excepted from a debtor’s bankruptcy discharge based on how the claim arose. For example, claims &#82 ... Read more

Benefits of Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy aids individuals or businesses that are in large debt and are unable to pay it. Those who take advantage of bankruptcy are able to start building their credit. It provides a considerable re ... Read more

Can I Go To Jail For Defaulting On A Payday Loan?

Some payday lenders threaten to call the police if the check bounces, prompting one to ask, “can I go to jail for defaulting on a payday loan?” A payday loan is usually a small loan with a ... 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

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