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I lost my home once, I called and looked forever but I could never find it again, so I had to get a new one... it just isn't the same though....Read More
AnonymousRead 1 More AnswerYou can only discharge taxes if you've filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the taxes you're discharging are income taxes and you've filed your income taxes for at least the past three years. Additionally, you can't have attempted to commit tax fraud at any point to be able to discharge your income taxes....Read More
AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersBankruptcy guidelines are complicated and confusing, but my bankruptcy attorney helped me complete paperwork the right way, so my Chapter 7 case didn't get dismissed. My attorney also attended my 341 hearing and communicated with my trustee as needed....Read More
AnonymousRead 2 More AnswersAccording to my research when I looked into the process, you might pay between $1,000 and $1,500. Several factors go into the actual cost, such as where you live, how complicated your case is and what type of bankruptcy you file. We decided we were too broke to go bankrupt and took the credit hit. ...Read More