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Answering your bankruptcy questions

Even when it is the only option, bankruptcy can be an extremely difficult choice for some people to make. Sometimes they feel as though filing for bankruptcy is akin to admitting failure, but more often they are just frightened by what comes next. The aftermath of a bankruptcy is foreign to many. Individuals who are struggling with debt may be afraid that they will have to part with all of their assets or that they will never truly recover from bankruptcy, but this is not the case.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the state of Texas

No matter what your circumstances are, we understand that bankruptcy is a difficult decision to make. Even if your debt is affecting your daily life and you desperately need some form of debt relief, you may be reluctant to file for bankruptcy. It is possible that fear of bankruptcy comes from not knowing which filing to choose or even from misconceptions people have about the process. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, remember that it is a legal form of debt relief, and there is no shame in taking the option.

Wage-earners benefit most from Chapter 13 bankruptcy

When most people think of bankruptcy, they probably think of a financial ruin in which they must sell their house and auction off their property to pay their debts. While this is rarely the case even in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, it is seldom the case for those who file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Anyone is able to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy as long as their unsecured debts do not exceed $360,475 and their secured debts do not exceed $1,081,400.

Which type of bankruptcy is right for me?

If you live your life under the crushing weight of serious debt, you’ve likely considered many different forms of debt relief to help you with your problem. Hopefully, you know by now that bankruptcy is a safe, legal form of debt relief that almost anyone can take advantage of. If you are confused by the different bankruptcy options while you decide to explore bankruptcy for debt relief, you may ask, what are the the differences between the types of bankruptcy?

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