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November 2016 Archives

Finding out whether you can file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy

One of the biggest things we note when we speak to clients about bankruptcies is that they could have saved themselves time, stress or money by seeking assistance sooner than they did. Clients put off the bankruptcy process for so many reasons, not the least of which is fear.

Can you get easy access to bankruptcy court information?

If you are in the process of filing for Chapter 13 or 7 bankruptcy, you will receive mailings about your case from the court or your lawyer. Peace of mind can be a big deal when you're dealing with bankruptcy, though, and you might want to know more about what's going on or keep a closer watch on your case. While it's always advisable to open lines of communication with your lawyer, you can also create a free account with the Public Access to Court Electronic Records system.

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