Personal Bankruptcy Simplified: The New 2005 Bankruptcy Act
The first available do-it-yourself guide to bankruptcy using the new 2005 Bankruptcy Act, includes all of the necessary official forms and instructions. Valid in all 50 states and Washington, DC.
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The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Process
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