Filing bankruptcy on your own but don't know where to start? This book provides all the answers you need to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the state of Michigan. You will be given a comprehensive overview of the process and learn important information such as how the bankruptcy process works, glossary of terms, who can qualify, what to expect when filing bankruptcy, and how to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Despite changes to the bankruptcy laws in 2005, individuals have the right to file bankruptcy without the aid of an attorney. The difficultly is that increased paperwork can make it difficult to do. This book will assist you from beginning to end, and may save you hundreds of dollars in attorney fees while doing so! This valuable resource provides a step-by-step, page-by-page example on filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Michigan. When you are ready to file, actual forms are also provided for your convenience. Use the handy checklist to keep track of your work and, if you choose not to file on your own, a valuable one-hundred-dollar coupon is enclosed for added savings.G 11 U.S.C. As 522(b)(2) G 11 U.S.C. As 522(b)(3) This form available at www. consumerbankruptcymi.com and at www.uscourts.gov/bkforms/index.html Schedule DaCreditors Holding Secured ClaimsaOfficial Form B6D Schedule D is .
|Title||:||Consumer Bankruptcy Protection in Michigan|
|Author||:||Gene F. Turnwald|
|Publisher||:||Strategic Book Publishing - 2010-01|