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Fighting In Your Corner
Americans have a very strong reaction to the word bankruptcy. Historically, we associate it with failure or an unwillingness to pay the debts one has incurred. But in recent years, the stigma against bankruptcy has faded as Americans have come to the realize what bankruptcy actually is. It is a perfectly legal and valid means for people facing financial difficulty ‐‐ often through no fault of their own ‐‐ to get a fresh start. If you think bankruptcy might be the right answer for handling your debts, either personally or for your business, contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney who practices in your area. Get help from a skilled Utah bankruptcy lawyer at the Law Offices of Carl N. Anderson, III, PLLC.
Common Types of Bankruptcies
Not all bankruptcies are equal. In fact, bankruptcy lawyers in Salt Lake City and across the country deal with several different types of bankruptcies every day. There are benefits and drawbacks to each type, and you probably do not qualify for every form of bankruptcy. One of the most frequently asked questions about bankruptcy, in fact, is which type is best for a particular situation.
Two of the most common types of bankruptcies to consider are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13.
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