Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

By: Ryan J. Ruehle Attorney at Law, LLC  04/21/2016
Keywords: Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often erroneously called a “liquidation bankruptcy.” However, only about 0.5% of Chapter 7 filings result in the significant sale of property. An experienced attorney may be able to help you secure exemptions for most or all of your property, including homes, vehicles, and other items.

Keywords: Bankruptcy

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