Category Archives: Ch 7

The Different Types of Bankruptcy

A little over a hundred years ago, Supreme Court Justice John Clark McReynolds laid out the intent and purpose of the then-new Bankruptcy Code in Williams v. U.S. Fidelity Guarantee Company (1915): “It is the purpose of the Bankrupt Act to convert the assets of the bankrupt into cash for distribution among creditors, and then […]

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Chapter 7 Means Test

Qualifying through the Georgia Chapter 7 Means Test Generally, there is one roadblock that stands between debtors and their Chapter 7 discharge: qualifying through the Georgia Chapter 7 Means Test. The most common chapter of bankruptcy filed by debtors is Chapter 7. Chapter 7, outside of certain specific situations, is the more desirable of two […]

Financial Troubles? When to File Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy filing rates are down overall, but four Georgia counties are among the top ten in the nation in terms of consumer bankruptcy filings. With 1,096 bankruptcy filings per 100,000 people, Clayton County (Jonesboro) is second only to Shelby County in Tennessee. The recession hit folks in Clayton County hard, as unemployment peaked at 13.5 […]

Hard-to-Find Answers to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy FAQs

If you are considering filing bankruptcy, you probably have many questions.  Some questions which few sites answer can have a big impact. The Chapter 7 bankruptcy FAQs below can make a large difference in understanding the bankruptcy process and how your specific situation can fit into that process. Q: Will I be able to repair […]

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