Guidelines to help decide if bankruptcy is the best solution for you
Deciding Whether to File Bankruptcy
Use these guidelines to determine if bankruptcy might be the best choice for your financial situation.Overcoming the Emotional Costs of Bankruptcy
Will others know? What should they say?Struggling Under Medical and Credit Card Debt
What are the best options?Should I File for Bankruptcy with a $12K Debt?
Bankruptcy isn't a cure-all. You should avoid it if you can't afford these consequences.
Can Bankruptcy Wipe Out Student Debt?
The Department of Education is supposed to get more reasonable about approving federal student loans for discharge in bankruptcy. Until then, these are your options.File Bankruptcy Myself, Stop Wage Garnishment?
You don't need a lawyer, but you do need to take these steps to protect pay through bankruptcy.Multiple Forms of Debt Could Mean Bankruptcy
For debts ranging from back taxes to lawsuits, look at all your options before seeking bankruptcy.Choose Bankruptcy?
When credit counseling is not enough to overcome your debt problem.Deciding Whether to File Bankruptcy
When you're free of an upside-down mortgage but still shackled by debt, bankruptcy isn't always the answer.
Have you decided not to do anything about your debts? Here's what the future has in store for you.Should I File Bankruptcy to Avoid Debt Collectors?
Debts of $15K aren't outrageous, but when you're jobless, bankruptcy may work best.When to Choose Bankruptcy over Debt Management
Bankruptcy and debt management are two ways to get out of debt. Which is right for you?
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What's the worst that can happen when you file bankruptcy or go into credit counseling?Declaring Bankruptcy
Is it the best way out?