For many people, facing bankruptcy can seem overwhelming. Your finances are about to change in major ways, so it helps to be prepared and have a plan of action to get through the months and years following your bankruptcy.
It is possible to recover from bankruptcy and go on to a better financial future. Consult with a bankruptcy attorney for assistance throughout the bankruptcy process, and for answers to common questions or confusion that may pop up when filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Myth 1: Only deadbeats file for bankruptcy.
Myth 2: I will lose all my property in a bankruptcy case.
Myth 3: I will lose my job if I file bankruptcy.Discover more Bankruptcy Myths. Click Here
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