Электронная книга: Deborah Herman Levine «Fresh Start Bankruptcy. A Simplified Guide for Individuals and Entrepreneurs»
Don't get down, get started instead-with Fresh Start Bankruptcy Well over a million Americans suffer the trauma of bankruptcy every year. But many don't know that bankruptcy may be the ideal opportunity to rein in their out-of-control finances, get back on their feet, and start over anew. Fresh Start Bankruptcy is a friendly and non-intimidating guide that walks you step by step through the filing process and provides the sympathetic, expert advice you need to survive the ordeal. Attorneys Deborah Herman and Robin Bodiford provide the informed perspective that makes tough decisions simple. They'll help you decide whether you should retain legal counsel or move forward on your own. And if you do decide to go it alone, you'll find all the professional advice you need to make the process as quick and painless as possible. You'll learn which chapter to file and how to do it, how to protect your assets and deal with creditors, how to repair your credit, and how to navigate bankruptcy court. Personal anecdotes included in the book prove that people of all walks of life have gone through the process and come out stronger than before– and you can too! So, no matter how your financial troubles came about, stop worrying and start over with the positive outlook and thoughtful guidance you'll find only in Fresh Start Bankruptcy.
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