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When Filing Bankruptcy Who Is Notified?

by: Tom Streissguth

When you file for bankruptcy protection, the court issues an "automatic stay" to protect you from collections, repossessions and lawsuits. You must list all your creditors when you file for bankruptcy, whether or not you are current on your payments ...
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What Is the Bankruptcy Bar Date?

by: Shelly Morgan

Bankruptcy proceedings allow creditors to try and recover at least part of what they are owed by a debtor. However, before they can receive payment, creditors must file a Proof of Claim. The deadline for filing the Proof of Claim is called the bar ...
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Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy creates a repayment plan that allows you to catch up on debt by making monthly payments over three to five years to a Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee.
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When Did Laws Go Into Effect Preventing Bankruptcy of Student Loans?

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