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How to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy / Attorney Cara O'Neill & Albin Renauer, J.D.

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North Kansas City Public Library 346.73078 ONEIL 2021 (Text) 0001002386751 Nonfiction New Available -

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Should you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy? -- The automatic stay -- Your property and bankruptcy -- Your house -- Secured debts -- Complete and file your bankruptcy paperwork -- Handling your case in court -- Life after bankruptcy -- Which debts are discharged -- Help beyond the book.
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"Overwhelmed with debt? Help is here. When bills pile up, and relief isn't in sight, you need answers. How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy gives you the knowledge you need to decide whether bankruptcy is right for you, including: which debts get wiped out in bankruptcy what property you'll be able to keep (you don't lose everything) how to retain your home or car, if possible, and whether your income qualifies you to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Once you're ready to take control of your finances, you'll be able to navigate the bankruptcy process with confidence. The easy-to-understand instructions will teach you how to: complete the official bankruptcy court forms file your debtor education course certificates prepare for the meeting of creditors (the one appearance you'll make), and rebuild your credit after receiving your fresh start. And, most importantly, if the law changes, you'll know. Nolo provides access to legal changes on the How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy updates page." -- ONIX annotation.
Subject: Bankruptcy > United States.
Bankruptcy > United States > Popular works.
Genre: Law for laypersons.
Popular works.

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