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Bankruptcy Is Not Nearly As Scary As Most People Think For most people, “bankruptcy” is a scary word: it conjures fears of ruined credit, loss of employment, and a bleak financial future. We at Siddons Law want to put those fears to rest. While bankruptcy does have consequences, those consequences are not nearly as bad
Many Pennsylvania residents are unaware filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy affords them the opportunity to discharge income tax debt, in addition to other common forms of debt. In order to discharge income debt, filers must meet certain criteria before qualifying under Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy involves many different rules, procedures, and requirements throughout the process. You must be careful to meet all of the requirements and follow the rules in order to ensure you are granted a discharge by the bankruptcy court at the end of your case. Having the guidance of a skilled bankruptcy attorney is critical to
Many people hesitate to even consider filing for bankruptcy because they fear a bankruptcy on their credit report will destroy their future credit and financing prospects. Specifically, many people believe that it will be impossible to be approved for a mortgage to purchase a home if they have a bankruptcy in their past. However, you
Involuntary Bankruptcy Explained Like all bankruptcy laws, the language surrounding the idea of an involuntary bankruptcy can be convoluted, and to many consumers, the fact that this concept even exists is a novel one. We hear an awful lot these days about individuals and groups filing bankruptcy, but very little about the idea of an