Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The most common bankruptcy filing in Iowa is the Chapter 7. Filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Iowa will discharge, or get rid of, your personal liability for unsecured debts like credit cards, medical bills and others. Read More »
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy you repay your creditors, although not necessarily in full, in 36 to 60 monthly payments in an amount that fits your budget. This option may be necessary if you have high income. Read More »
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4 WAYS FILING BANKRUPTCY COULD HELP YOUR JOB SEARCH
Many debtors worry that filing bankruptcy will harm their employment chances, but the truth is that filing bankruptcy could help if you’re looking for work. Let’s take a closer look...
Is It Time To Seek Help From A Bankruptcy Attorney?
We all have our own threshold of tolerance of anything. One of those things will have to be figuring out how much debt is enough and when it will be...