By Jeff Field | Published August 8, 2023 | | |
Chapter 7 is the simplest type of consumer bankruptcy, since it usually results in a discharge of most or all debt. It’s also the quickest. Cases are typically completed in four to six months, compared with a Chapter 13 loan, which takes years. That said, there are scenarios and circumstances that might result in your Read MoreRead More
In consumer bankruptcy cases filed under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, creditors have the opportunity to object to discharge of debts for a variety of reasons. There are three major categories of discharge objections: underlying misconduct, bankruptcy fraud and misapplication of bankruptcy law. Most discharge disputes can be avoided if a debtor is honest and Read MoreRead More
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