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Does Bankruptcy Clear Tax Debt?

If you have any tax debt and you are considering bankruptcy, it is absolutely essential that you work closely with experts in bankruptcy law and IRS regulation. It is indeed possible to eliminate tax debt when filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but it is not easy to do so. In this post, we will explore how […]

Wisconsin Bankruptcy Exemptions

When you’re interested in filing for bankruptcy, there are a lot of factors to consider. Should you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? Or maybe even Chapter 11? Does it matter when you file? And often, most important to people is this question: Will I be able to keep my house, car, and other important […]

How Much Debt Do You Need to File Chapter 7?

When you’re in financial distress, you may begin to consider your bankruptcy options. Maybe you’ve heard that Chapter 7 completely eliminates all unsecured debt and leaves you free to rebuild. That’s true. You may be wondering whether your kind or quantity of debt is allowed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Well, the good news is that […]

Does Bankruptcy Prevent Utility Shutoff?

When your financial situation is overwhelming, it can happen that you fall behind on your regular bills, like utility payments. Being threatened with having your power cut off is really disturbing, and it may prompt you to think about the different ways you can deal with your money troubles. One thing that undoubtedly comes to […]

Bankruptcy and Divorce

Divorce and bankruptcy are both extraordinarily difficult and stressful situations to experience; doing so at the same time is even more complicated. Aside from the emotional strain, there are some very pragmatic factors that must be considered. In this post, we will explore the implications of divorce on bankruptcy. Amicable or Acrimonious? Before factoring in […]

What Is The Income Limit For Chapter 7 In Wisconsin?

When you’re in financial distress, you may begin to consider your bankruptcy options. Maybe you’ve heard that Chapter 7 completely eliminates all unsecured debt and leaves you free to rebuild. That’s true. You may also have heard that it is only available to some people, that there’s an income limit that you cannot cross. Chapter […]