In chapter 13
, verse 18, of the Apocalypse, it is said:
James Leduc Screenprinting, dab JBL Screenprinting, Rochester, filed March 4, Chapter 13
Now in its twelfth updated edition, Chapter 13
Bankruptcy is the definitive guide to the legal proceedings of chapter 13
bankruptcy in America, written especially for lay readers who may be confronting difficult financial decisions.
is now helping clients to gain a greater understanding of the chapter 13
The Kellys filed for Chapter 13
bankruptcy, and the issue was the value of the property.
Since the bankruptcy law was amended in 2005, however, many individuals have been channeled to Chapter 13
, under which a debtor typically pays off a greater amount of debt through a court-approved repayment plan.
filings also dropped in Massachusetts and Worcester County last year.
WHEN ALPHONZO KERSHAW FELL BEHIND ON THE mortgage of a second home last year, he filed for Chapter 13
bankruptcy, which would prevent a foreclosure and enable him to pay back more than $40,000 in past due mortgage payments and real estate taxes over a five-year period.
Homeowners threatened with foreclosure and individuals and families stressed with creditor harassment continue to consider Chapter 7 and Chapter 13
But many, particularly those in black communities, have been filing Chapter 13
bankruptcy, which carries a high risk of failure, leaving themselves vulnerable to end up with yet another mountain of debt, instead of a fresh start.
In a volatile economy, people increasingly rely upon student loans to pay for higher education, and, accordingly, questions related to the discharge of those loans under Chapter 13
decisions become more pertinent.
1) The amendments thus deny some debtors Chapter 7's immediate and almost automatic (2) cancellation of debts, and instead thrust them into a Chapter 13
that requires the debtor to make exacting payments to creditors over a period of up to five years.