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How Does Filing Bankruptcy Affect Divorce Obligations?
How Does Filing Bankruptcy Affect Divorce Obligations?

Bankruptcy Stay and Discharge The federal government established bankruptcy proceedings as a program to help people deal with mounting debts. Most private individuals can take advantage of two different kinds of bankruptcy options: Chapter 7 Liquidations and Chapter 13 ...

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