chapter 7 bankruptcy hawaii

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Can a person who 60000/yr $ $ file bankruptcy in Hawaii?

Personal loans of $ 65K. Credit card loan of $ 40K. Auto loans. Student Loan. Very few assets left, foreclosed home last month, September 2008, and sold another property in December 2007 (to get rid of the mortgage payments, which has killed me). Needless to say, that I was making great money at once, but for now I am unemployed and have now been 7 months. When I work I can do a lot Money per month $ 9K/month. But in the last two years I've been exploited, and I think I now fall into a category that does not make Chapter 7 claim for too much money If I find work, still in Chapter 13 by the non-employed at the moment. I am literally a few hundred dollars to my name, once for my car loan maintains this month … let alone the food, auto loan, electric, etc. Any thoughts, options left? I am in Hawaii, Hilo, to be exact.

aloha, I live in Kona, howdy neighbor! I watch the Suze Orman show on television, it is an excellent financial advisors. You can call you with your questions and get the answer you need, or you can check out their website and possibly find for answers. I would advise, I will not talk about what I do not know as a fact in your case, they give it a try. she is awesome! http://www.suzeorman.com/

Hawaii Bankruptcy – Chapter 7, 13 and the Means Test

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