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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions Don’t think that just because you are fling for bankruptcy you have to give up all of your assets. Under the Bankruptcy Code, you can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to prevent creditors from going after specific assets. The property that a ...

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Blog posts in Chapter 7

  • Property of the Estate & Inherited Property

    11 USC 541(a) dictates that upon the filing of a bankruptcy case, an estate is created. This estate includes all legal and equitable interests of the ...

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  • Motion to Extend the Automatic Stay

    One of the most important protections bankruptcy affords - and one could make the argument that it is the most important - is the protection afforded ...

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  • Avoiding Judicial Liens

    When you are preparing to file bankruptcy, it is best to discuss with your bankruptcy attorney whether you have any judicial liens against your ...

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  • Preparing for the 341 Meeting of Creditors

    The idea of going to court can bring trepidation to even the calmest individuals. This is especially true in bankruptcy situations, where financial ...

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  • Chicago Foreclosures Spike in October 2013

    According to a story published in the Chicago Tribune on November 13, 2013, Chicago-area foreclosure filings rose nearly 30% in October 2013. This ...

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  • Meeting With Your Attorney

    Bankruptcy law is complex and difficult to understand. Attempting to navigate the various rules, laws, and legal framework, not to mention completing ...

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  • Objecting to Proof of Claims

    In some Chapter 7 bankruptcies, particularly those where assets are found and thus available for distribution to unsecured creditors, and all Chapter ...

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  • Who is Eligible to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    Unlike Chapter 13 bankruptcy , which is available to everyone, you must be eligible to file under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Since this ...

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  • The Role of the Chapter 7 Trustee

    The primary role of the Chapter 7 trustee is to administer your bankruptcy case. Once you file your Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a trustee is appointed to ...

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