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What to do when your debtor files for bankruptcy

If you are owed payment by a client, it is likely that your cash flow has suffered as a result of this. Depending on the amount owed, this could be a very stressful situation, and it can be made even worse if you learn that the debtor has filed for bankruptcy.

Debt relief options that you may not have considered

Although debt-related problems can seem complicated and overwhelming, the underlying problem always essentially points to one simple equation: your financial incomings minus your financial outgoings. Developing a healthy cash flow is essential to tackling debt.

Will my car be exempt if I file for bankruptcy?

If you are struggling with crippling debts, it is likely that you will be evaluating your possible options for getting relief. One of the most obvious options when dealing with debt is to file for bankruptcy. The nature of a bankruptcy filing depends on the bankruptcy chapter that you file for.

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