Bankruptcy can eliminate or allow repayment of a consumer or business’s debts under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court. For individuals there are two main types of bankruptcies, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. In a chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may discharge all of your credit card, medical, amd even some tax debts. You can get rid of your liability for mortgage and car debts.

In a chapter 13, you can get rid of judgement liens, 2nd mortgages, and recapture defaulted loan modifications. All of this while paying as low as 5% of your debts or less.


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