Bankruptcy is a legal way to offer a fresh financial start
to the people with high interest debt. Bankruptcy is very
common and people consider personal bankruptcy as an answer to
their debt problem. Other reasons for turning to bankruptcy for credit card debt alleviation include medical costs and job loss.
Though there van be many types of bankruptcy the two main
types are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 13 is generally for most people
since it allows the defaulter to hold at least some property.
Bankruptcy does not remove all your debts overnight. Many
other things like alimony, income taxes, child financial support and student loans are not exempt from bankruptcy proceedings.
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There is the common perception that filing bankruptcy is an easy way to solve
their debt and credit related problems. But reality is far
from it as filing bankruptcy is the worst thing you can do and
you should try to avoid bankruptcy because bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 5 to 10
years to come. The new bankruptcy laws as amended recently require that
all individuals contemplating bankruptcy go for financial counseling.
Before filing for bankruptcy you must make sure that you have all the facts and
always consider all other alternatives before making a final decision.
Books on Bankruptcy :---
How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy by Stephen Elias, Albin Renauer, and Robin Leonard (Paperback -
Personal Bankruptcy Laws For Dummies (For Dummies (Business & Personal Finance)) by James P. Caher and John M. Caher (Paperback -
Credit After Bankruptcy: A Step-By-Step Action Plan to Quick and Lasting Recovery after Personal Bankruptcy by Stephen Snyder (Hardcover -
The New Bankruptcy: Will It Work for You? (2nd edition) by Stephen Elias (Paperback -
Personal Bankruptcy Simplified: File for Bankruptcy with the new 2005 Bankruptcy Act (Law Made Simple) by Daniel Sitarz (Paperback -
Bankruptcy and Related Law in a Nutshell (Nutshell Series) by David G. Epstein (Paperback -
Credit After Bankruptcy by Stephen Snyder (Hardcover - 2007)
Bankruptcy Filing Kit, 24-Page Booklet by COW