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How to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy  Cover Image Book Book

How to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy / Attorney Cara O'Neill & Albin Renauer, J.D.

Summary:

"Want to enjoy a debt-free life? Help is here ... You don't have to struggle with burdensome debt. By filing for Chapter 7, relief can be yours in as few as four months. How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy explains the bankruptcy process in easy-to-understand language, including: whether you'll qualify for a Chapter 7 discharge, the debts that get wiped out in Chapter 7, the property you'll be able to keep, and how to retain a home or car. Once you're ready to file, you'll use the step-by-step instructions to: complete the official bankruptcy court forms, file your debtor education course certificates, prepare for the meeting of creditors (the one appearance you'll make), and rebuild your credit after receiving your fresh start. The book includes downloadable worksheets and sample forms. Get more than 40 additional resources, including samples of completed bankruptcy forms, fillable financial worksheets, current income and exemption charts, motions, and more on (details inside)." -- Provided by publisher.

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781413329162
  • ISBN: 1413329160
  • ISSN: 2330-3298
  • Physical Description: 484 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Edition: 22nd edition January 2022.
  • Publisher: [Berkeley, California] : Nolo, 2022.

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Formatted Contents Note:
Subject: Bankruptcy > United States > Popular works.
Genre: Law for laypersons.

Available copies

  • 2 of 2 copies available at Consortium of Ohio Libraries.
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Galion Library. (Show)

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  • 0 current holds with 2 total copies.
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Galion Library 346.7307 ONEI (Text) 35920505765485 Adult Non-Fiction Available -
Community Library (Sunbury) 346.0789 ONe (Text) 30210313106741 Nonfiction Available -


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