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Marital Debt and Divorce- Options

Issues about dividing marital debt are solvable. Read More
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The Marital Deduction and Chapter 7

The marital deduction can be a game-changer, so the opportunity to use it should not be overlooked. Read More
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Chapter 7 eligibility (part II); the Means Test

If you are "over-median", then hope for qualifying for chapter 7 bankruptcy relief is not lost (far from it!), but you must complete and pass the dreaded "means test" calculation (form 122A-2).  Read More
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Eligibility for chapter 7 bankruptcy (Part I)

An explanation of the initial step for determining eligibility for chapter 7 bankruptcy based on income. Read More
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The Bank Says I Have To Sign a Reaffirmation Agreement To Keep My House Or Car After Bankruptcy. Do I?

In Connecticut the short answer is, usually, “no.” Although many people file Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate credit card debt, a bankruptcy discharge generally erases your personal liability on all debt you owed on the date you filed, including… Read More
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