The Mandatory Debtor Education Course in Bankruptcy

After the passing of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 by the United States Congress, it became mandatory for all those filing both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to undertake a debtor education course via an agency that has been approved by the courts after the bankruptcy petition has been […]

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Can a company refuse to hire me if I file for Bankruptcy?

Anyone who is currently considering filing for the bankruptcy is definitely facing a highly stressful situation. There exists a possibility that an employer will refuse to hire you after finding that you have filed for the bankruptcy. There exist various laws on how an employer can treat the person going through the bankruptcy and how […]

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Debtor education in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy refers to the process in which involves the applicant of bankruptcy or business becomes unable to repay his all or some of the financial debts. In the crucial and difficult process of bankruptcy, the debtor can file the petition for the bankruptcy process and that is usually done on the behalf of the creditors. […]

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