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Listing assets in Chapter 7 proceedings

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be a good way for someone in Maryland to escape insurmountable debt. Under Chapter 7 rules, the debtor will liquidate non-exempt assets to pay creditors. This category is different from Chapter 11, which involves a payment plan. When filing...

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Common myths about bankruptcy

Bankruptcy represents a last resort when it comes to financial issues, but there's nothing wrong with making that choice if your circumstances warrant it. Hundreds of thousands of Americans file for bankruptcy every year, many of them located in Maryland. Despite how...

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The Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test

Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy to escape unmanageable debt became more difficult in Maryland and around the country when President George W. Bush signed the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act into law in 2005. Congress passed this law to prevent...

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Chapter 13 for Maryland residents

People who find themselves struggling with their debt situation might consider filing for bankruptcy. Those unable to file for Chapter 7 may consider filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Maryland. Understanding basic points about Chapter 13 might help debtors prepare...

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Is Chapter 7 worth pursuing?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides a way for Maryland debtors to address their financial obligations. Debtors may wish to think about whether Chapter 7 is right for them. Liquidation and other issues Chapter 7 involves liquidating cash and property to pay creditors. One...

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How an involuntary bankruptcy works

The U.S. bankruptcy code authorizes involuntary bankruptcy as a solution for Maryland creditors in certain situations. This type of bankruptcy can apply to a personal or business debtor, although it is mainly used for businesses. Minimum claim amounts and other...

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