Bankruptcy lawyers

Quick Look at the Crucial Differences between Various Chapters of Bankruptcy

by zara March 20, 2013 Law

In the United States, firms, individuals, and married couples are all eligible to file for bankruptcy, if they fail to meet their debt commitments. There are four filings in the Fed Bankruptcy Code such as Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 stands for liquidation and Chapter 11 represents rehabilitation or […]

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Growing areas of law

by Legal Author February 15, 2013 Law

Guest blog post regarding growing areas of law While some areas of the law are on the decline, experts point out that others are expanding rapidly. The National Jurist met with these experts and found that the fastest growing fields currently are in bankruptcy and foreclosure. Executive director of Robert Half Legal, Charles Volkert, shares […]

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Choosing to File for Personal Bankruptcy

by josephperkins November 5, 2012 Banking

(US bankruptcy law) If you are tired of the stress that comes along with being nose-deep in debt, then you may very well be considering the option of filing for personal bankruptcy. Of course, this option is not right for everybody who is experiencing financial problems, but it is a viable solution for many who […]

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