By: Greenwood Law Firm PC  05/02/2016
Keywords: Bankruptcy Attorney, Bankruptcy Attorneys, Debt Relief

CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY Watch Mr. Greenwood's video on Ch. 7 Bankruptcy - The Bag of Marbles Commonly known as a "liquidation" bankruptcy. Discharge entered 90 – 100 days after filing. A Trustee is appointed over the case to identify and liquidate non-exempt assets. 99% of Chapter 7 cases are "no asset" cases - meaning that the Trustee assigned to the case does not take any of your property or possessions.

Keywords: Bankruptcy Attorney, Bankruptcy Attorneys, bankruptcy law, Debt Relief

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