The number of new personal bankruptcies filed each year continue to increase. And there is no relief in sight. Bankruptcy is never a painless or easy decision, but with a little know-how, you can get through this process with a minimum of headache, heartache, and indigestion. With a clear focus towards the future, you can then begin to get your financesaand your lifeaback in order. If youare considering bankruptcy, are currently in the process of filing for bankruptcy, or on the brink of bankruptcy and looking for a way to get through debt, Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies can help you make the best decisions about your financial future. Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies is a nuts-and-bolts toolbox, which covers both Chap7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Written by two seasoned experts on bankruptcy law, this easy-to-follow guide walks you through the bankruptcy process and explains how to rebuild your credit after filing for bankruptcy. Straightforward answers and re liable advice can help you sort out all of your possibilities, with a clear understanding of what you have to gain and whatas to lose. This carefully written guidebook will show you how to: Consider alternatives to bankruptcy Decide which type of bankruptcy is right for you Prevent further financial damage before filing for bankruptcy Defend yourself from bill collectors and the IRS Save your home and other important assets Wipe out credit card debt Use bankruptcy to deal with tax debts Repair your credit and stay out of financial trouble Filled with expert tips and tactics for navigating the world of bankruptcy, Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies gives you the ammunition and information you need to intelligently and confidently choose your own best path and get back on your feet again.If youa#39;re making payments to a creditor that doesna#39;t report to the credit bureaus, you still can write the agencies yourself, asking them to ... have the option of using the creditor as a credit reference. ... credit. Although building a credit history is important, you need to begin slowly. If you go wild, applying for credit all over theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies|
|Author||:||James P. Caher, John M. Caher|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 2003-02-28|