How do you file for corporate bankruptcy relief?
Such an action is complexed to say the least, and it is highly advisable to retain a qualified bankruptcy attorney to handle the matter.
Some debts, such as taxes (including payroll taxes, most student loans and unpaid wages) are not forgiven in bankruptcy even if you file, and will not be discharged even if you are given bankruptcy relief of your other debts. And being in arrears in taxes may bar you from getting any bankruptcy relief at all . Talk to an attorney as soon as possible.
If you are a landholder on a home and the person files bankruptcy will they be able to include the debt they owe you into the bankruptcy?
If you are talking about a motion for relief from stay in a bankruptcy case, the exact procedures and forms vary by district. Most local bankruptcy courts will have detailed rules post on their website. Some courts let you file the motion leave it up to the debtor to object to the motion and request a hearing. Others require the moving party to schedle a hearing with the court first.
The creditor can repossess the boat, after it files a motion for relief from stay that is allowed or you have agreed to surrender the boat to the creditor. The repo company is only acting as an agent for the creditor. You do not file bankruptcy "on" anything. You file bankruptcy to have your debts discharged if they are dischargeable. If you have intentionally omitted other creditors, your petition or discharge could be denied.
You would generally file for a bankruptcy to get rid of debt. If you have more debt then you can handle and you are constantly getting deeper and deeper in debt then a bankruptcy might be for you. ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC INFO: You would want to file bankruptcy if you are overwhelmed by debt and harassed by creditors. If you are unable to pay your bills you may be eligible for relief under Chapter 7, Chapter…