The United States Bankruptcy Code can be confusing for the uninitiated, and it’s no wonder; most people are not familiar with the often small differences between Chapters 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15. Adding to this confusion is the oft-cited, oft-misunderstood term “Chapter 20.” While it is not an actual part of the US Bankruptcy Code, “Chapter 20” may be an option you and your family should consider if you are facing unsustainable amounts of debt.
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“Chapter 20” bankruptcy is actually a combination of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing followed by a Chapter 7 filing – hence the name. A “Chapter 20” filing has a number of benefits over other types of filings, including:
Despite their benefits, “Chapter 20” bankruptcies are not without their disadvantages, such as:
An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you determine if a “Chapter 20” filing is beneficial for your situation.
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