Bankruptcy law regulates the full or partial discharge of the debts of persons and companies that are having financial difficulty, and financial reorganization or dissolution of certain financially distressed businesses.
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Advertisements Promising Debt Relief May Be Offering Bankruptcy
Consumer alert from the Federal Trade Commission, pointing out that some offers to consolidate or eliminate debts may involve bankruptcy.
American Bankruptcy Institute
News, statistics, legislative updates, directories of professionals, and information on filing for bankruptcy.
Downloadable forms for United States bankruptcy courts.
Bankruptcy reference source, containing information on publicly traded companies with total assets of at least ten million.
Information for businesses about chapter eleven bankruptcy.
Henry Rendler and Jack Garchar
Basic information about consumer bankruptcy.
Moran Law Group
An overview of consumer and business bankruptcy law
National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees
Nationwide Trustee search and information on seminars and events.
National Datacenter, Inc.
Permitting individuals to track their Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases online. Registration required.
Information about debt and bankruptcy, with sales of related books and products.
Personal Bankruptcy - Is it Right for You
Consumer guide to bankruptcy, from the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
U.S. Trustee Program/Dept. of Justice
List of Credit Counseling and Debtor Education agencies approved by the U.S. Trustee's Office, bankruptcy statistics, articles, Chapter 7, 12, and 13 trustee locator.
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