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Learn The Truth About Bankruptcy Myths Below ...

Myths and Questions Abound About Bankruptcy

Some Of The Answers Are Simple

Insolvency is generally thought to be a bad thing, which is not an unexpected reaction. Bankruptcy has serious consequences when it comes to your creditworthiness, no doubt, but it is also the lifeline that can save you from the depths of debt that cannot always be avoided. The purpose of this article is not to promote bankruptcy or raise general awareness to a more positive level, but it does have its advantages and is often misunderstood. Apart from the usual assumptions of the mostly negative points of bankruptcy, there are other points that need to be clarified and understood.

Who Can File For Bankruptcy?

A company, business or business entity that can no longer pay its creditors. There are several chapters in US bankruptcy law that affect almost everyone. The most used is Chapter 7. In this chapter, you can settle most of your debts with no further obligation to pay. Chapter 13 allows individuals to reach new terms of payment with their creditors instead of paying off their debts. Chapter 11 provides similar benefits to associations, and companies where the debt is not paid but rather restructured in accordance with the new repayment plan. This allows the debtor to make more manageable payments over a period of up to five years.

Can I Get Credit After The Bankruptcy?

Another common view on bankruptcy is that if you file your petition, you will not be able to qualify for a loan again, but in many cases you will be able to obtain a credit card or loan after the bankruptcy. It is often recommended to build up a positive credit history again. There are options where you can use a prepaid credit card that only lets you spend what you have deposited in your account. So there is no way to get in too deep. You can also get a regular credit card, but most likely from a high-risk lender, which almost always imposes a much higher interest rate on your card. So it's an option, but remember, it costs you more.

Another great and easy option is to allow a card to “pass-through” your bankruptcy, so you can immediately begin restoring your credit history without having to be “approved”. All you need to do is pick one card, preferably with a low balance and reasonably high limit, and not include it in your bankruptcy. Just keep it out of your filing and let it “pass through” without being affected by your bankruptcy.

Questions And Myths About Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Is A Private Matter

Not really, bankruptcy is a public record, and anyone who wants to know if you have filed for bankruptcy can find out. So once discharged, you often get offers from local car dealers. You know that in bankruptcy cases, people often liquidate assets to pay the creditors, so they bet that they had to give up their vehicle and now need transportation. You often hear them say they’re not interested in your bad credit, but be careful with the subprime rates that you will likely get if you need to finance the purchase.

They distract you by focusing on your “monthly payment” amount – and avoiding talking about interest rates or any fees. You may also receive numerous offers from law firms and agencies that "specialize" in credit repair after bankruptcy. This should be carefully researched as credit repair does not work for everyone.

My Credit Can Be Fixed Right After The Bankruptcy

That depends on your situation. There are legitimate agencies that can really help if you have real inaccuracies in your credit report. But that will not be true for everyone. Keep in mind that your bankruptcy case is an accurate entry so you probably will not remove it from your credit repors as easily as you might think. Real inaccuracies are one thing; debts that must be marked as "bankrupt" are another. It’s important for you to pay close attention and investigate any company that "guarantees" their results. You have to ask yourself what exactly these agencies can tell the credit bureaus to undo my negative records of my bankruptcy. The same goes for the agencies that tell you that instead of bankruptcy you should use your programs that promise to repay your debt for cents on the dollar in a few years. They charge high commissions. Examine each offer carefully in these two areas before using any such services. The Better Business Bureau is a great place to start your search.

The Bankruptcy Eliminates All My Debts; No Not Always

The bankruptcy courts only worry about guaranteed and unsecured debts. After Chapter 7, all your unsecured debts will be relieved forever. The secured debt, on the other hand, must continue to be pay or you must return the collateral at the time of discharge. However, things like the debts involving lawsuits against you, child support, alimony, student loans, state taxes and federal taxes are not dischargeable. The federal government offers a service for which only certain persons qualify. If you have a government tax bill that is more than 3 years old after filing your bankruptcy petition, this tax liability may perhaps be included. Contact the IRS to find out if you qualify.

Bankruptcy Will Take Away All My Belongings

Not really, if you file for bankruptcy, you will be assigned an trustee. One of the functions of the trustee is to find assets that he can liquidate to pay your creditors. This is particularly true for Chapter 7 cases. Most people filing for Chapter 7 usually have few assets worth dissolving. For example, if your car is new and paid off, it could be considered an asset that can be liquidated. However, if it is several years old and has a medium to high mileage, the trustee may consider this optional. Stocks, bonds and other paper assets can also be used for settlement, but your individual retirement account is exempt. Contact your account administrator to make sure that your savings or retirement plan does not contain any clauses that you might have to relinquish your funds. It is very likely that all your other items, such as appliances in your kitchen, your wardrobe and your collection of bells and whistles are also excluded. What the Trustee seeks is assets such as high quality jewelry, rare collectibles, or first-class specialized and electronic items that are worth liquidating. If you do not have these items, do not worry too much.

I Can Max-Out My Credit Cards Before Filing

NO! And I mean no, do not make that mistake. The other role the administrator has in your case is to make sure that he understands your real financial condition. The records of the credit card spending for the past two years are analyzed and questioned during the court hearing on expenses, donations or any transfer of assets. If charges have been reported in the past, such as iPods, computers, vacations, bar-tabs, or other types of recreational items, it is very difficult to convince the court that your case is legitimate. Even worse, if found guilty of fraud you’ll have many problems. So do not rack-up sudden or frivolous credit card debt before filing bankruptcy. As a general rule, you will not be able to use your credit cards for at least 90 days before applying; with the exception of emergency and necessity purchases.

How Often Can I File For Bankruptcy?

You can only file every 7 years once you’ve complete an bankruptcy. But do not make it a habit, many people do it and it's no way to live. You have to learn from your experience, not repeat it. You have to do everything to bring your credit to a healthy state, which may not be easy. It may take some time and a lot of effort on your part. The sooner you start, the sooner the good credit comes starts.

If you are seeking bankruptcy, you should always consider alternatives and spend time researching options. Bankruptcy can be complex and direct answers are not always easy to find. Be patient and always feel free to seek the court's help and its resources, as well as competent legal counsel.

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This article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Consult with a licensed bankruptcy attorney if you are considering bankruptcy, or other competent counsel before pursuing the subject matter of this article. Collection laws vary from state to state.

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