Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy: means test – Asianjournal.com
Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy: means testAsianjournal.comDURING initial consultations, some debtors contemplating filing bankruptcy have expressed their personal preference of filing Chapter 7, instead of Chapter 13, for various reasons such as a shorter time frame to get a discharge under a Chapter 7 …and more »
U.S. Trustee updates the bankruptcy "Means Test'" Changes are reported by Eric … – PR Web (press release)
PR Web (press release)U.S. Trustee updates the bankruptcy "Means Test'" Changes are reported by Eric …PR Web (press release)The means test is used in bankruptcy proceedings to help determine a consumer's eligibility to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection. It is also used in Chapter 13 bankruptcy to determine how much a consumer has to pay back to unsecured creditors.
Why a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Should Be Your First Option and Not a Last Resort – Huffington Post
Why a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Should Be Your First Option and Not a Last ResortHuffington PostI am not out on a limb when I say half of all debt help programs fail to achieve the result advertised – debts paid down to zero – and am, in fact, optimistically rounding up when it comes to credit counseling, debt settlement programs, and chapter 13 …