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Can I Put My Property in My Spouse’s Name and File for Bankruptcy?

If you are married and preparing to file for bankruptcy, you may be wondering how it will affect your spouse. While you can file individual bankruptcy, there are still potential consequences for your spouse. Generally, it depends on what joint property you own, whether or not you live in a common-law property state, and which … Read More

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Can I Protect My Home and Personal Property in Bankruptcy?

If you’re filing for bankruptcy, you might be assuming that you’ll lose your house and personal property. This is rarely true. Many people keep control over their assets through the use of bankruptcy exemptions, which are special rules that allow people who are filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy to keep certain property if its … Read More

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