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Chapter 7, specifically
Chapter 13, specifically
What is bankruptcy
Are there alternatives
Am I eligible
Can I keep property
How to decide
Does my spouse have to file
How long does it take
What will it cost
What will bankruptcy stop
Should I tell my creditors
What about my home
Should I load up on debt
Can I include utilities
Include all debts & property
What happens at the hearing
I have a business
Secured creditors
Are bankruptcies reported
Are employers notified
Can I cancel my bankruptcy
Types of bankruptcies
Do I attend a hearing
What should I do
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What should I do now that I've read this?

A.  To proceed with your bankruptcy, call for an appointment with your lawyer or Andrew Bodor, Attorney at Law. 

Because bankruptcy is a complex procedure with many possible pitfalls, it is important to utilize the services of an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Attorney Bodor has been an Attorney since 1972, helping people get a fresh financial start in life through bankruptcy. He is a former attorney with the Internal Revenue Service and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Claims, the U.S. District Court and, of course, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.