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Can you receive a lump sum pension after a chapter 7 bankruptcy?

If you exempted it in full, yes. If you did not exempt it, and you knew before you filed that you would be getting it, you have committed a fraud on the court and perjury. If

How do you withdraw a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing?

I believe the correct procedural step to withdraw a Chapter 7, or at least the most common, is to file a Motion to Dismiss with the Bankruptcy Court. However, this act should

How do you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy?

You can: 1) Hire a lawyer 2) File without any assistance by finding the right forms and regulations for your state and district you live in...or 3) Hire a bankruptcy petition

How long after bankruptcy can you file chapter 7 and can you file chapter 13 after chapter 7?

  You have to wait 2 years, in Tennessee anyway, between filings.   = Ans ==   Bankruptcy is ALWAYS in a Federal Court and under Federal Laws. (Yes, some Federal D
Who can file for bankruptcy chapter 7?

Who can file for bankruptcy chapter 7?

Any person of legal age or legal entity (corporation, partnership, LLC, etc.) can file for c. 7. Whether there is any need or point in filing depends on other facts.

Why file for chapter 7 bankruptcy?

There are both advantages and disadvantages to filing for bankruptcy. Chapter 7 is often known as debt liquidation bankruptcy and is a good options for many individuals are co

Who may file Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Almost any individual, partnership, or corporation may file a chapter 7 bankruptcy petition if he or she live in, has a domicile, a location of business, or property in the Un

What happens to stocks you have when you file chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Those in retirement accounts are protected from use, but oterwise a stock, like any item of value (that you invested your cash in it doesn't change wha it is), can and would b
What can not be filed on by chapter 7 bankruptcy?

What can not be filed on by chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Items obtained through fraud, child support, court ordered restituion and federal/state taxes (off the top of my head). ALL debts must be listed because you are swearing that

If you filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2002 then when can you file again a chapter 7 bankruptcy?

    As asked and answered at least a thousand times here before....and because of the system provided to you already.....I gather you want to ignore it as you want to
What is filing chapter 7 bankruptcy?

What is filing chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 is called Liquidation Under the Bankruptcy Code and is the chapter of the Bankruptcy Code providing for "liquidation,", the sale of a debtor's nonexempt property and

Can you file chapter 7 bankruptcy after filing chapter 13?

The U.S. Bankruptcy Code allows debtors to file for bankruptcy multiple times, but has changed the number of years you must wait between filings. Previously, a debtor could fi

What happens to your pension if your Company files Chapter 11 bankruptcy?

Many possibilities...C-11 themseleves have many outcomes. Basically your funds are safe. The funds generally are with a separate administrator (bank/financial institution), an