Bankruptcy and Divorce in Maryland

The question about how a bankruptcy affects a divorce and vice versa touches upon many considerations in both divorce and bankruptcy planning, and both spouses can benefit from taking time to plan for these contingencies

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Bankruptcy Credit Counseling & Financial Management

In 2005, Congress enacted the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA). One of the major changes that BAPCPA made was that consumers who file for bankruptcy must take two courses – a credit counseling course and a debtor education course.

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Bankruptcy Trustee

When a chapter 7 or chapter 13 case is filed, the United States Trustee, a division of the Department of Justice, assigns an impartial case trustee to administer the case and liquidate any nonexempt assets. Who is the trustee and what is their objective?

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bankruptcy denied

There are components that can hamper or nullify the effect of a bankruptcy, which could effectively deny the debtor the relief sought with filing a bankruptcy.

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How To Choose a Bankruptcy Attorney

Whether you are looking for bankruptcy legal services for your business, your family, or yourself, the choice on which bankruptcy attorney to choose is a very important one.

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