Bankruptcy

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How to File for Bankruptcy in New York

by: Teo Spengler

Anyone living in New York who is considering bankruptcy needs to learn both about bankruptcy procedures in general and also state laws about bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy is not something to be taken lightly since it can have a lasting impact on ...
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How to File Bankruptcy in Texas

by Teo Spengler

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How to File for Bankruptcy in New Jersey

by Michelle Nati

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Bankruptcy Types: Definitions, Similarities & Differences

by: Teo Spengler

All bankruptcy cases must be filed in federal court, and the rules and procedures that must be followed are set out in the federal Bankruptcy Code. State courts never hear bankruptcy cases, but state laws can impact some aspects of a bankruptcy ...
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Bankruptcy & Student Loans: How It Works & How to File

In November 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice began a new process to discharge federal student loans. A debtor may request a discharge by ...

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Bankruptcy Dismissal vs. Discharge: What's the Difference?

by: Jessica Zimmer

In bankruptcy court, a dismissal is the court's ending of a bankruptcy case. The court may not discharge a party's debt when ordering a voluntary or involuntary dismissal. A discharge is forgiveness of the party's debt. Generally, after discharge, ...
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