How do I file for bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

All bankruptcy cases must be filed in federal bankruptcy court. The three most common types of bankruptcy are Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11. All bankruptcy filings charge fees, although in rare cases, the court may waive certain fees. If you’re at all uncertain about how to file for bankruptcy, a local bankruptcy attorney can offer valuable advice and even file the paperwork for you.

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