chapter 7

Can I Discharge My Traffic Tickets If I File For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy In Kansas?

The simple answer is no, but read on. Although Chapter 7 bankruptcy often discharges many types of debts and helps people gain a fresh start. There is a limited list of debts that cannot be discharged. The non-payment of these debts is typically thought of not to be in the general public’s best interest. They [...]

Is My Car Loan Discharged in a Kansas Bankruptcy Case?

Many people who come to visit with us about filing for bankruptcy have car loans.  One of the most common questions from people is whether their car loan will be discharged in their bankruptcy case.  Car loans are treated differently depending on what kind of bankruptcy you file. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is open for [...]

Can I Get a Car Loan After Bankruptcy?

Many people recognize the need for a change in their financial lives.  For many households filing bankruptcy is the necessary change to allow for a future free of debt.  However, many people are afraid that once they file for bankruptcy they will never be approved for a car loan and this fear leads them away [...]

Can a Kansas or Missouri Bankruptcy Save My House from Foreclosure?

If you are behind on your home mortgage filing for bankruptcy may give you the ability to save your home.  There are two different chapters of bankruptcy utilized by most consumers – chapter 7 and chapter 13.  An automatic stay will go into effect on the day your case is filed under either chapter, with [...]

Do I Have To List ALL Of My Creditors When I File My Bankruptcy Case?

Yes, you must list ALL of your creditors. Debtor’s Duties : Part I There are many benefits to filing a Chapter7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case – you can stop a garnishment of wages, foreclosure on your home and harassing phone calls from creditors. Not only that, but you can discharge much, if not [...]

If I file bankruptcy will I lose my retirement?

Kansas and Missouri debtors can protect their retirement in bankruptcy   In a chapter 13 bankruptcy you repay your creditors through a 3 or 5 year repayment plan.  The trustee in a chapter 13 case does not look for any of your property that he can sell for the benefit of the creditors, so your [...]

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