Filing for bankruptcy is a process that can introduce people to many new terms that they may not have heard or before, or terms that they may recognize but do not know the definition of. One of these terms is foreclosure, which is a word of key importance to anyone who is involved in the bankruptcy process due to the potential risks that it represents.
February 2015 Archives
People who have been harassed by creditors know what a daunting and scary experience it can be. Creditors can threaten to take away items like your car, house or even wages, but they can also be fended away from a number of assets through asset protections, as well.
One worry that you may have about falling behind on your vehicle payments is that you may soon be at risk for repossession. The longer you wait between going into debt and filing for bankruptcy, the more time creditors will have to repossess your vehicle.
After a person has decided that they should file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are several steps that they must take afterward. One of the first steps is for the filer to make sure that they have all of the paperwork that is necessary for the filing process.