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If you don’t have information about an asset, can you just put down “unknown”?

Jun 17, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

The short answer is that you can file your bankruptcy case without all your information, meaning it is possible to do it, however I don’t recommend it under most circumstances. First and foremost, filing bankruptcy without having all the information you need could get you into a lot of trouble or complicate your case, depending…

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Do both you and your spouse have to file for bankruptcy?

Jun 11, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

In cases where both a husband and wife have a lot of debt, either individually or jointly, it may make sense and save money for both spouses to file a joint bankruptcy case… but it is never a requirement.

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How to Get Your Chapter 13 Discharge Court Order

Jun 02, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

When you filed your Chapter 13 bankruptcy five years ago, the goal was to complete the plan and get a discharge.  The “discharge” is the legal determination that all of your unsecured debts that remain after the plan are gone.  The collection company or bill collector can no longer bother you or seek payment for…

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How to Value Personal Property on your Bankruptcy Schedules

May 26, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

Anyone filing bankruptcy must value their personal property on their schedules, including their clothing, furniture, books and pictures, and other assorted knickknacks. Schedule “B” has categories for all these things and everyone has them, so everyone must list and value them. But how do you do this? We get many calls from people flummoxed by…

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Can Foreclosure Be Stalled By Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

May 20, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can stall a foreclosure and it may give someone additional time for someone to stay in their home but there is no way to say how long. So the long answer would be to say is that it may or may not… and the short answer is “yes” it can,…

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Should You Try to Keep Your Home When You File Bankruptcy?

May 01, 2015 By: Mike Cibik

Filing bankruptcy, of course, is a personal financial strategy that should help you and your family eliminate or restructure debt and move forward with a livable household budget.

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