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Twelve Documents to Bring to Your First Consultation with Your New York Bankruptcy Attorney (Part 1)

If you’ve set up a free bankruptcy consultation in New York, in all likelihood you will be nervous about your first meeting with your bankruptcy attorney. Financial matters are incredibly personal, and people have a natural inclination against discussing debt with strangers. However, if you bring the necessary paperwork, your first meeting will go more …

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How does a New York bankruptcy case end?

You may know how a New York bankruptcy case begins.  (Your lawyer e-files your case with the court.)  But what’s the event that signals the end of a bankruptcy case? There are actually several ways a bankruptcy case can end. Discharge: For Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, discharge is the most common outcome.  And …

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5 Pre-filing Tips for Bankruptcy in New York

Filing personal bankruptcy in New York can be an extremely effective–and legal–way to deal with overwhelming debts.  However, since it is a legal process, that also means you have to be aware of the rules and understand how they will impact your case. Here are 5 pre-filing tips for bankruptcy in New York.  Learning about …

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Motion to dismiss bankruptcy and bankruptcy denial in New York

When does a motion to dismiss bankruptcy occur?  And when does a bankruptcy denial of discharge occur in New York? Most consumer bankruptcy cases in New York do not involve a motion to dismiss the bankruptcy case.  And most consumer bankruptcy cases in New York do not involve a bankruptcy denial of discharge either. That …

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Bankruptcy 7: Who can’t file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in New York?

Brooklyn bankruptcy lawyers can help you file for bankruptcy in New York.  But not everyone is eligible for Chapter 7  under the 2005 bankruptcy laws.  An experienced New York Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney is therefore extremely important in helping you figure out if you are eligible for Chapter 7. Who can’t file for Chapter 7? …

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Bankruptcy and medical bills: Dealing with medical debt

Medical issues — including medical debt and time lost from work — are responsible for more than 66% of all bankruptcies in the U.S. — and medical debt alone accounts for more than 58% of these.  People often think that medical debt has some special status.  But if you consult with any experienced Brooklyn debt …

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How do I declare bankruptcy in New York? And can I file bankruptcy without my spouse?

“How do I declare bankruptcy?” The first step (not required, but strongly advised given the increased complexity of the bankruptcy process today, thanks to the 2005 law) is to find an experienced and trustworthy New York bankruptcy attorney. The second step to filing bankruptcy is to figure out if you should file for Chapter 7 …

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Business Bankruptcy Lawyers in Brooklyn, New York

If you own a small business in Brooklyn, New York and are facing financial difficulties, it’s important to know that filing business bankruptcy is an option for you. What kind of business bankruptcy information do you need to proceed? First, you need a lawyer.  Preferably an experienced Brooklyn business bankruptcy lawyer. Second, you need to …

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