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Bankruptcy Information

Should You Dump Your Credit Card Debt Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
Reducing credit limits for consumers is the first of a one-two punch being broadly applied by large credit card issuers.  The reduced credit limit is quickly followed by a huge increase in the interest rate of the credit account.  The bank who reduced the credit line thereby placing that consumer in a higher risk category (through no fault of the consumer's) now demands higher interest payments.


Bankruptcy exemptions are extremely important when filing for financial insolvency and you must understand what the term means.  A very simple definition is that the, individual or business entities, may list certain assets (as determined by law) to be protected from seizure by the creditors. A more precise definition is provided below.

Filing for Bankruptcy
Is filing bankruptcy what you should do to eliminate the huge load of debt you are carrying?  Wondering this, you may feel your stomach clenching into knots. You begin to hyperventilate and fear a full blown panic attack is eminent.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
The most common reasons to use Chapter 7 is in the elimination of credit card debt, elimination of unsecured loans due to a financial crisis, climing out from under high medical bills generated by accident of illness.

Personal Bankruptcy
Personal Bankruptcy is a question that haunts a great many consumers today. Consumer debt  is now at the highest level that it has ever been in the United States economy and very possibly the world.

Bankruptcy Alternatives
Before filing, it's wise to look at other possible solutions to your financial problems.  Some lenders may be willing to restructure your debts, and other possibilities are debt consolidation or debt settlement.