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What happens at a 341(a) meeting?

Making the decision to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Oregon can relieve a lot of the financial strain that you may have been facing due to overwhelming debt. Once begun, there are many steps in the process, including a 341(a) meeting. You can expect this to take place roughly 21 to 40 days after you file, and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Oregon explains that it is absolutely necessary for you to attend to prevent your case from being dismissed.

Stress: The link between debt and poor health

Regardless of the amount of income, debt can be a major problem for those who live in Oregon. The increasingly higher costs of housing and difficulties paying off medical bills and credit card debt are overwhelming for many people. According to the American Psychological Association, annual polls consistently reveal that more than half of Americans are stressed out over money. The problem may be worse for younger adults, and for those who have children under 18 years old.

Death doesn’t always erase credit card debt

After a death in Oregon, a spouse or other family member may discover that the deceased had a considerable amount of credit card debt. This could be uncovered as the executor or administrator of the estate gathers the information on assets and debts, or it may be that creditors begin to call and request or demand payment. In some cases, these calls are not legal, but a family member needs to make sure that he or she is not on the hook for the accounts.

What does chapter 7 bankruptcy mean for entrepreneurs?

If you own a struggling business in Oregon, you may associate bankruptcy with the end of the line for your entrepreneurial spirit. However, sometimes getting out from under impossible financial circumstances through a chapter 7 bankruptcy may free you to go on to better things. According to Nerd Wallet, that approach has worked for more than one small business owner who fell victim to situations beyond their control.

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