Bankruptcy: Is it the Right Solution to Your Debt Problems?
Veteran Nolo author and consumer debt expert Robin Leonard explains all of the options available to people with an unmanageable debt burden. Written in plain English, "Bankruptcy" examines the pros and cons of filing for bankrukptcy, examines its possible repercussions, outlines the differences among various kinds of bankruptcy -- Chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13 -- and proposes several alternatives to filing.
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What Is Bankruptcy?
B Filing for Bankruptcy Stops Your Creditors 110
Who Can File for Bankruptcy?
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