Private Investigators
  Top » Catalog » BOOKS, DVDs, SOFTWARE » Law Books » NOLO0004 My Account  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Categories
| `- 11
|- MISC
Specials more
What's New? more
<b>Add-on Upgrade for Custom Badge Number/Text
Add-on Upgrade for Custom Badge Number/Text
$24.99
Quick Find
 
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Information
Shipping, Returns, & Exchanges - Terms & Conditions
Terms of Use Agreement
And Privacy Policy

Contact Us
We Accept
Payment Types Accepted
Bankruptcy: Is It the Right Solution to Your Debt Problems?
[NOLO0004]
$19.95
Bankruptcy: Is It the Right Solution to Your Debt Problems?
Click to enlarge

Trying to decide whether or not to file for bankruptcy? This book from consumer-debt expert Robin Leonard addresses questions and concerns that may be keeping you up into the wee hours. If I file for bankruptcy… Will I wipe out all of my debts? Probably. And if not all of them, at least most. (See Chapter 3.) Will I lose my house? If you are up to date on your mortgage payments or can get up to date, you're not likely to lose your house. (See Chapter 4.) Will I lose my apartment? Not if you're current on your rent. (See Chapter 4.) Can I keep my car and other property? Most likely. Most people lose no property when they file for bankruptcy. (See Chapter 5.) Can I keep my credit cards? Probably not--but there's no reason to. (See Chapters 6 and 9.) Will I lose my job? No. An employer may not fire you solely because you filed for bankruptcy. (See Chapter 7.) Will I lose custody of my children? No. Divorce judges see a lot of people who file for bankruptcy. (See Chapter 7.) Will I go to jail? Not unless you commit perjury, defraud the bankruptcy court or commit a similar act. (See Chapter 7.) Will someone from the bankruptcy court visit my home or business? No. (See Chapter 7.) Can I move? Yes. (See Chapter 7.) Can I change jobs? Yes. (See Chapter 7.) Can I get divorced? Yes. (See Chapter 7.) Will my friends and neighbors find out? It's unlikely, unless you tell them. (See Chapter 7.) Is it hard to file? It's about as hard as filing a 1040 long-form tax return. (See Chapter 8.) Will I be able to get credit in the future? Yes--and more than likely, fairly soon after your bankruptcy case ends. (See Chapter 9.) Will I be able to rent an apartment in the future? This is the one area in which people sometimes run into problems. But there are steps you can take to help yourself. (See Chapter 9.) Is bankruptcy even necessary? Not everyone needs to file or should file. An alternative might be the answer. (See Chapter 10.) With these compassionate answers in hand, you'll be able to make the best decisions for your financial future. NOLO0004

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 14 October, 2003.
Reviews
Customers who bought this product also purchased
California Tenants’ Rights
California Tenants’ Rights
How to Seal Your Juvenile & Criminal Records in California: Lega
How to Seal Your Juvenile & Criminal Records in California: Lega
Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case
Represent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare & Try a Winning Case
Divorce Solutions: How to Make Any Divorce Better
Divorce Solutions: How to Make Any Divorce Better
Legal Research: How to Find & Understand the Law
Legal Research: How to Find & Understand the Law
U.S. Immigration Made Easy
U.S. Immigration Made Easy
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Google™ Translator
Notifications more
NotificationsNotify me of updates to Bankruptcy: Is It the Right Solution to Your Debt Problems?
Tell A Friend
 
Tell someone you know about this product.
Reviews more
Write ReviewWrite a review on this product!
Receive Our Newsletter
Newsletter
Currencies
Affiliate Program
Affiliate Log In
Affiliate Information
Affiliate Program FAQ

Copyright © 2017 Private Investigators Union
Powered by osCommerce ~ Configured by DunWeb Designs

Private Investigator Hosting & Domain Names