In 2005, bankruptcy law changed. Among the changes was a requirement that, with very limited exceptions, individual debtors seeking bankruptcy get pre-bankruptcy counseling. The failure to comply with this requirement may result in the dismissal of your bankruptcy petition. Often, potential bankruptcy petitioners have questions about the pre-bankruptcy counseling requirement that can be answered by a Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney.
Have You Been Wondering about Pre-Bankruptcy Counseling?
Below are common questions about pre-bankruptcy counseling, and their answers:
How to Contact a Minneapolis Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney For More Information
Bankruptcy is a complicated process with significant consequences. To learn more about whether Chapter 7 is right for you or for help filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Minnesota, it is important to contact an experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney at 952.388.2942 or 800.619.8991.
We also invite you to educate yourself about your bankruptcy options by reading our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota, which is available on our website.
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