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22

Jul
2019

When should you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy -Find bankruptcy chapter 7 lawyers

Many people in modern times are deeply in debt. Countless Americans are currently being harassed daily by debt collectors. If that’s your story then personal bankruptcy can be for you. Continue reading this article so you can find out if this is something you should do. You should avoid paying their taxes with credit cards […]

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09

Jul
2019

Which Banks are on the Verge of Bankruptcy

Recently, there has been instability in the banking sector of the Russian Federation, since the Central Bank is carrying out a “recovery” of the system, that is, identifying unreliable credit institutions and their liquidation or reorganization. Information on the reliability of banks is necessary not only for the state system as a whole to create […]

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20

Jun
2019

Borrowing money and Bankruptcy

If you can no longer pay off your debts, you can go bankrupt. A bankruptcy means that almost all your belongings will be seized and that these will be sold at a bankruptcy auction by the bankruptcy trustee.   When do you go bankrupt? A bankruptcy is pronounced if you can no longer pay your […]

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16

Jun
2019

What is bankruptcy protection?

When a person or company is unable to make payments to creditors to pay their debts, they can file for bankruptcy protection under the United States bankruptcy law. By an individual, bankruptcy protection can involve either a cancellation of most debts, along with the divestment of some of their assets, or a structured plan to […]

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15

Jun
2019

What is the right moment to declare bankruptcy?

When it is time to declare bankruptcy, many Canadians decide not to do so. Although declaring bankruptcy provides long-term financial assistance, this method is linked to a bad stigma that can follow the individual throughout his life. According to the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada, 71,495 Canadians went bankrupt in 2012, a decrease […]

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15

May
2019

Credit Bankruptcy

A credit insolvency occurs when the debtor can no longer meet the demands for payment to his creditors. In the context of a bankruptcy there are 2 different forms: 1. The corporate insolvency 2. Private and Consumer Bankruptcy Private insolvency is anchored in the Insolvency Code (InsO) In private insolvency proceedings, officially referred to as […]

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14

May
2019

Bankruptcy Law | The exemption for family good and how to use it

An exemption for family property is a legal resource that is designed to help people who go through the bankruptcy process to stay in their homes or be reasonably compensated for the loss of their residence. Exemptions for family property date back to the Civil War era, when solutions were sought to help rehabilitate debtors […]

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23

Apr
2019

How and where to report the bankruptcy of a sole proprietorship?

Running your own business is not always just a series of successes. It also happens that a brutal market makes it necessary to stop running your own business. Indebtedness, too much competition or simply a missed idea can be a source of not only business failure, but above all the cause of financial problems. In […]

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