Mounting bills can put stress on any family's budget, but when there isn't enough income coming in to pay off those debts, late bill payments are inevitable. If you find yourself facing insurmountable debt and bankruptcy appears to be your only option, contactan experienced bankruptcy attorney to discuss your options.
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Bankruptcy Resource Links
General information regarding consumer debt and bankruptcy, provided by the American Bankruptcy Institute.
Bankruptcy: An Overview
A bankruptcy overview from Cornell University Law School, including links to state, federal and other sources.
A list of links to official websites of U.S. Bankruptcy Courts around the country.
Official Bankruptcy Forms
From the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, this site is a clearinghouse for forms that could be needed by individuals and businesses throughout the bankruptcy process.
Official website where consumers can obtain free credit reports from the three national credit-reporting companies.
Credit reporting agency website features consumer information on credit reports, identity theft and fraud.
National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC)
Features consumer credit and financial management advice from the NFCC.
Bankruptcy Information Sheet
General information about what happens in a bankruptcy case.
Overview of the United States Trustee Program
Overview of the United States Trustee Program provided by the U.S. Justice Department.
Overview of Bankruptcy Chapters
A brief outline of each of the Bankruptcy Code's principal chapters (7, 11, 12, 13 and 15).
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