• Have You Filed For Bankruptcy? Here’s How To Choose A Bankruptcy Lawyer

    In The United States, it is becoming common for Americans to file for bankruptcy. There a certain reasons individuals need to file for bankruptcy. Some reasons include, but are not limited to, unpaid medical bills, large medical expenses, overextended credit, and unsecured debt. In fact, 2 million Americans filed for bankruptcy in 2013 as a result of unpaid medical bills. There are also different types of bankruptcy chapters individuals can file. Here are a few chapters of bankruptcy: The first chapter is Chapter 7. Chapter 7 is the most common chapter of bankruptcy filed by individuals. It’s essentially liquidation bankruptcy. This chapter of bankruptcy takes six months to complete. Chapter 9 bankruptcy is for cities, towns, counties, and school districts. Chapter 13 is referred to as the wage earner plan. This is for individuals who work and earn a regular income, but they need assistance in paying back the debts they owe. This chapter helps individuals pay back all of their debts or Continue Reading