Individuals or small businesses considering bankruptcy, but not sure if bankruptcy is the right solution.
Individuals or small businesses that want bankruptcy relief, but don’t know if Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is better in their situation.
New attorneys and journalists who need a comprehensive overview of bankruptcy law.
REASONS TO BUY THIS BOOK:
What makes it unique? Unlike other bankruptcy books, The New Bankruptcy does not assume that you will or should file for bankruptcy. Not only does it cover nonbankruptcy options, but it compares the most popular bankruptcy chapters and allows readers to determine whether bankruptcy will solve their debt problems.
Comprehensive information and approach. Many people consider bankruptcy, but don’t know if it will help in their situation. The New Bankruptcy helps readers analyze whether bankruptcy will discharge their debts, how much property they’ll lose, if any, and whether bankruptcy will solve other problems, such as home foreclosure, auto repossession, and wage garnishment.
What’s new? This edition covers all the important changes to bankruptcy law since the last edition, including samples of the newly-revised official bankruptcy forms and updated federal and state bankruptcy exemption tables.