If you face overwhelming debt and constant collectors' calls, you need to know you have options for help. Filing for bankruptcy can help you get relief from debt while keeping the property you need to continue living and working. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common type of personal bankruptcy filing. Its main advantages include a relatively quick process and getting to keep essential property such as your house and car as per federal and New Hampshire exemption rules.
Have you been tossing and turning at night? Have you been putting off meeting with a bankruptcy attorney because you heard from your aunt that you will lose your house and car? The good news: It is possible that you can keep your house and some other assets when you file for bankruptcy. Here is a look at top bankruptcy myths.