Filing for Bankruptcy

22 Aug Our Best Tips For Filing For Bankruptcy Without Your Spouse

If you're thinking of filing for bankruptcy without your spouse, follow these steps to avoid pitfalls. Filing for bankruptcy means disclosing your assets, property, debts, and household income. For most people, that's a fair trade-off for getting out of debt. But if you're married, you may not be comfortable with the impact on your spouse. Thankfully, the bankruptcy laws reflect the fact that in the real world, you and your spouse may not share everything with one another. Here are our best tips for filing for bankruptcy without your spouse.
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07 Aug Bankruptcy And The Adult Child.

More often than not I see parents filing bankruptcy in part because they are taking care of adult children. These parents do not understand the court does not care that they have chosen to take care of a healthy adult child. Is this a harsh stance? [caption id="attachment_42401" align="alignleft" width="269"]Families are often complicated. Families are often complicated.[/caption] Harsh or not it is the reality of the system. If you want to reorganize or eliminate your debts you must abide by the system or have your case dismissed. In two of my cases the parents were willing to lose their home and/or vehicles in order to continue to care for their healthy and capable adult children. These adult children did not have specials needs but rather could not afford the life style they were living and are not willing to change their lifestyle.
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