Bankruptcy Laws
 

Bankrupsy

Bankrupsy or bankruptcy

Some people spell the word bankruptcy as bankrupsy. The correct spelling is bankruptcy. But, no matter how people spell it, bankrupsy or bankruptcy, the meaning is the same. People file for bankrupsy protection when they are way behind on their debts and cannot afford to pay the creditors. The federal bankrupsy laws are designed to give debtors a fresh start but there are many consequences. Bankrupsy is not a free way to get out of debts.

Keeping up with bankrupsy laws
bankrupsy

If you are contemplating filing for bankrupsy protection under the federal bankrupsy laws, then you need to know how to file for bankruptsy, how much it costs, how to hire an attorney to help you, if you need to hire an attorney, where to file the paperwork, which court to go to, what will happen to your debts, will your debts be discharged, what will creditors do and what do you have to do to get more of your debts discharged in the bankruptsy process. These are common questions for people filing for bankrupsy.

Filing personal bankrupsy

Filing personal bankrupsy is different from filing business bankrupsy. When an individual is overwhelmed with too much debts such as from large medical bills, divorce settlements, foreclosure, and so on, he or she usually seeks bankrupsy protection by way of Chapter 7 bankrupsy filing or Chapter 13 bankrupsy filing. These are the most common types of bankrupsy.

Most people prefer to file for Chapter 13 bankrupsy if they can because with a Chapter 7 filing, they will lose most of their possessions in the liquidation process. With a Chapter 13 bankrupsy protection, they have the opportunity to work out a payment plan and pay creditors over time. They can keep most of their possessions in the Chapter 13 bankruptsy filing.

Filing business bankrupsy

Different types of bankrupsy filings are available for businesses. The most common type of bankrupsy filing is Chapter 11 bankrupsy filing which allow the business to reorganize itself. In bad economic times, many companies will seek the Chapter 11 bankrupsy protection.

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