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We provide all the forms you need to file your own Bankruptcy, complete with excellent instructions for using the documents (Simply tailor each document to your specific situation). OUR COMPLETE SET OF FORMS CAN BE USED TO FILE FOR CHAPTER 7, CHAPTER 11, CHAPTER 12 AND CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY PAPERS.
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Chapter 7 Liquidation: Chapter 7 is designed for people in financial difficulty who do not have the ability to pay their existing debts. The purpose of filing Chapter 7 is to obtain a discharge of your existing bills. Under certain circumstances you may keep assets that you have purchased. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is also often referred to as a Personal Bankruptcy, or a Liquidation of Debt.
Chapter 11 Reorganization: Chapter 11 is designed primarily for the reorganization of an entity, but is also available to bankrupt debtors.
Chapter 12 for the Family Farmer: Chapter 12 is designed to permit family farmers to repay their bills over a period of time from future earnings, and in many ways is similar to Chapter 13.
Chapter 13 Repayments: Chapter 13 is designed for people with regular income who are temporarily unable to pay their debts but would like to pay them in payments over a period of time. Under Chapter 13 you file a plan with the court to repay your creditors. Usually, the period allowed by the court to repay your debts is three years, and no more than five years. Under Chapter 13 (unlike Chapter 7) you may keep all your property as long as you continue to make payments under the plan. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is also often referred to as a Debt Modification Bankruptcy, or a Debt Reorganization Bankruptcy.
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