Colorado State Bankruptcy Laws

What are the Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions? Colorado law protects all or a portion of your property from being seized by creditors or the bankruptcy trustee in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you are generally allowed…

Chase Forgives Credit Card Debt

Last week, a Senate committee summoned top executives from Bank of America, Chase, and Citigroup to review unfair credit practices that can punish people who need the most help. Wesley Wannemacher of Lima, OH, testified on how his $3,200…

Kentucky State Bankruptcy Laws

What Are The Kentucky Bankruptcy Exemptions? Kentucky law protects all or a portion of your property from being seized by creditors or the bankruptcy trustee in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you are generally…

Illinois Bankruptcy Information

Of the two things that people fear most in life, death -- according to researchers -- is not one of them. The first fear is the catastrophic destruction of property through natural phenomenon like tornadoes or hurricanes and other events…

North Carolina State Bankruptcy Laws

What Are The North Carolina Bankruptcy Exemptions? North Carolina law protects all or a portion of your property from being seized by creditors or the bankruptcy trustee in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you are…

Can One Spouse File Bankruptcy?

The short answer is “Yes.”  According to U.S. federal bankruptcy rules, one spouse may act as a soul petitioner when filing for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The long answer is slightly more involved. …

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Bankruptcy Laws in Your State

Bankruptcy Laws are Federal so the same principals are applied nationwide, but each State has its own set of Bankruptcy Laws that determine the medium income for the state, allowable living expenses, and exemptions for personal and real…