Why We Have The Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy law is a safety net to give honest people a “fresh start” or an opportunity to “reorganize their debts.”  Bankruptcy is more powerful than any non-bankruptcy bill consolidation proposal.  Bankruptcy is the law.  The bankruptcy law specifies what “relief” you are entitled to, provided you follow a few, short rules.  I counsel people and work with the bankruptcy law daily.  I limit my law practice to bankruptcy law

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