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Know about Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

Filing for bankruptcy is often considered to be a taboo. You need to open your mind to realize that it is one of the best options to manage your finances, especially if you are struggling with large debts. The government provides various exemptions to debtors when they file for bankruptcy. Call 888-297-6023 to know more about these exemptions and how you can benefit from them. Apart from federal bankruptcy exemptions, every state has its own list of exemptions which protect a large portion of bankruptcy filer’s property. When you file for bankruptcy, everything you own becomes a part [...]


What is Chapter 13 Debt Release?

Bankruptcy is sometimes inevitable. It is not one of the most favorable situations to be in. But it is important to make the right moves to be able to come out of bankruptcy and to evade the creditor’s torture. When thinking or learning about bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 discussions are very common. Chapter 13 is a better alternative than Chapter 7 in most cases. In case you need to determine which is best for you and why; do not hesitate to log on to Recovery Law Group  to gain a deeper insight. What is Chapter 13 bankruptcy [...]


Bankruptcy Basics of Chapter 9

The bad financial situation can affect not just individuals but also organizations (both government and private). However, the rules for getting a fresh start differ slightly in both cases. While consumers can opt for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy to get their debts discharged, Chapter 9 bankruptcy helps municipalities (cities, towns, villages, counties, taxing districts, municipal utilities, and school districts) reorganize their debts. This bankruptcy chapter helps protect debt-ridden municipalities from creditors, while a reorganization plan is being developed for adjusting their debts. Reorganization mainly takes place by extension of debt maturities, reduction of the principal or [...]


What Happens if You Forget to Include a Creditor in Your Bankruptcy?

A lot of paperwork is involved when you file for bankruptcy, including documentation for your income, assets, and a comprehensive list of your debts as well as your creditors. This complete list of creditors is used by the court to inform everyone concerned about your bankruptcy. Since all of this involves a lot of paperwork, it is quite possible that one or two creditors might miss making the list. Since creditors also have legal rights in your bankruptcy case, if any of them fails to get a mention in your list of creditors while filing for bankruptcy, what [...]