When it comes to bankruptcy, the popular notion is that filing for Chapter 7 is a better option than filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
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Many people assume that filing for Chapter 7 is a one-stop solution for bankruptcy. However, it’s not as simple as it sounds.
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When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you have to pay off your debts as per a debt payment plan over the course of three to five years.
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Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection is designed for honest individuals who simply need to start over.
You may have never imagined filing for bankruptcy. But many life events can lead honest, hardworking people overwhelmed with debt to consider bankruptcy protection.
Anyone who has gone through a divorce knows just how draining the entire process can be in every way – emotionally, physically as well as financially.
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