Yes you can. There is no legal base for a Bank to fire you for filing bankruptcy..... Filing bankruptcy is not a crime..... I even know people that got hired to work at the Bank after they had filed Chapter 13. I had to file chapter 13 after my divorce and got a raise couple months later at the bank. Not because I filed bankruptcy or because they would have felt sorry for me about getting divorce but because my job performance.
Yes, but you will still be billed for his or her legal services. And any possible problems with the bankruptcy will be the petitioner's responsibility.
I'm not aware of anything in the bankruptcy law that would legally prevent bank employees from filing. If you're worried about the bank firing you over ruining your credit, don't be: The bankruptcy law prohibits ALL employers (banks or otherwise) from taking adverse action against you for filing bankruptcy. In fact, if you're deep in debt it may be to your advantage to file, as it keeps the bank from using your debt to fire you.
Absolutely...and by law they can NOT fire or take any action against you for doing so.
Sure, as long as you declare them in customs (if necessary) , and you don't try to fire one up one the plane!
Sure. In or out of bankruptcy, you are an employee at will. The employers will. And your own.
for me,i would declare not to start those fire in the woods,so don't call me an arsonist!
is it legal to fire someone who calls out sick for a day
Absolutely not it has nothing to do with the employer
It is not legal to download Halo 2 from Media Fire.
no it is not illegal to have a fire on a Sunday
no it is not legal
Actually its not a legal/illegal case.....but from my side its a wrong thing to do......
Assuming the fire was not set, you should have had insurance. If you had insurance that pays off the mortgage after a fire completely destroys the house, you are OK. If the insurance only pays the fair market value of the house, you will owe a balance. If the house was not completely destroyed, the insurance may pay enough to fix the burned portions. The effect on filing a Chapter 13 depends on possible complicated bankruptcy legal issues, some of which may depend on your state laws regarding homestead. Consult your attorney.
no fire works are not they arent legal in glendale either...they are legal every where else though.
No, you can't get fired for filing for bankruptcy because as what federal law prohibits an employer to discriminate against you for declaring personal bankruptcy. In fact, you will probably be happy and relieved to know that your constitutional rights protect you from being fired for filing bankruptcy. Yes, it is a violation of your rights, not to mention a crime to fire someone for filing bankruptcy. So, don't worry your job is safe.
Yes, if you fail to disclose all your assets, including any claims you may have for damages or equitable interests that are not yet "ripe," or if you answer any questions falsely or knowingly provide false information. No, if you mean can anyone fire you or discriminate against you because you filed bankruptcy. In states that allow employers to fire at-will employees for no reason, you can be fired. But if you are fired for filing bankruptcy, you may have a defense. Your credit score will be affected, but if you have to file bankruptcy, it probably is not very good any way.
There is no good clear answer. In "at will" employment states, your employer can fire you for no reason or any reason. The Bankruptcy Code provides that debtors cannot be discriminated against for filing bankruptcy, but there are no cases amplifying the meaning of that section in an employment context. The only exception would be where a security clearance or a bond is required for a job, in which case, the bankruptcy would make the person ineligible for the job.
They are entirely legal in England subject to a maximum power.
if you save your money in the bank you are quite sure if anything goes wrong (i.e robbery, fire-outbreak etc) the bank will replace it.