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What is personal bankruptcy?

Authored By: Mobilization for Justice, Inc.
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What is personal bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding that can eliminate an individual’s legal obligation to pay many kinds of debt, including credit card and medical debt.

Bankruptcy can also stop, at least temporarily, an eviction or foreclosure proceeding, repossession, or utility shut-off.

By filing for bankruptcy, an individual can eliminate debt, protect future income from collection, and get a fresh financial start. In 2013, over 1 million Americans filed for personal bankruptcy.

Deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is a complicated decision, and you should consult with an attorney.

Visit Mobilization for Justice, Inc. to learn more: www.mfy.org

Last Review and Update: Feb 02, 2017
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