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How Much Debt is Needed to File for Bankruptcy?

How Much Debt Is Needed to File for Bankruptcy?

If you’re struggling with overwhelming debt, you may be wondering if bankruptcy is the right solution for your financial situation. One of the most common questions people have is “How Much Debt is Needed to File for Bankruptcy?” The truth is, there is no set minimum debt amount required to file for bankruptcy protection. However, … Read More

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Are U.S. Bankruptcy Court Documents Public?

If you or a loved one has recently filed for bankruptcy or are considering bankruptcy, you may wonder who may find out about your financial situation. While there’s a negative stigma surrounding bankruptcy, the reality is that filing is the best solution for many struggling with overwhelming debt, and there’s no reason to feel ashamed … Read More

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Automatic Stay Timeline

When an individual or business files for bankruptcy, an automatic stay immediately goes into effect. This stay halts most collection activities and legal actions against the filer. For debtors, the automatic stay provides critical breathing room to address financial issues under bankruptcy court protection.  What is an Automatic Stay?  An automatic stay refers to the … Read More

Cryptocurrency Bankruptcy

Cryptocurrency Bankruptcy vs. Normal Bankruptcy

In recent years, cryptocurrencies have become incredibly popular, and numerous Indiana residents own different types of digital currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, and more. Unlike other investments, these currencies are decentralized, have no association with centralized banks, and have no physical form, existing purely in the digital realm. With that being said, cryptocurrency bankruptcy has … Read More

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Can You File for Bankruptcy While Traveling?

Everyone needs a break occasionally. But if you’re trying to decide if you should file for bankruptcy, going on vacation is more complicated. Here’s what you need to know.  Vacation in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy You can take a vacation before filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if you’ve already paid for it, you weren’t experiencing financial … Read More

what debts are not discharged in bankruptcy

What Debts Are Not Discharged in Bankruptcy?

People file for bankruptcy for any number of reasons, from job loss, to unpaid medical bills, to sky-high credit card bills. And it’s not an uncommon event either– roughly 375,000 people filed for bankruptcy in 2022 alone.  It’s a good solution for many people because declaring bankruptcy provides some relief from the crushing weight of … Read More

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