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PALM BEACH COUNTY, HIGHLANDS COUNTY, INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, MARTIN COUNTY, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, AND ST. LUCIE COUNTY
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AND MONROE COUNTY
CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
When most people think about bankruptcy they typically think of a Chapter 7. This type of bankruptcy is usually quicker and easier than the other chapters, but you have to qualify for it through what's known in the Bankruptcy world as the "Means Test." Businesses can also file Chapter 7, but this shut's the business down.
CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY
Individual Restructuring Bankruptcy
This type of bankruptcy is often used when people can't qualify for a Chapter 7. Also, in certain circumstances a Chapter 13 can be much more beneficial than a Chapter 7. For example, Chapter 13 can be used to make a repayment plan to get caught up on things like your mortgage, car payments, or rent. This could ultimately save someone from a foreclosure, eviction, or car repossession.
CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY
Business Restructuring Bankruptcy
This type of bankruptcy is used when a business needs to restructure its debt. Also, there are some debt limits in Chapter 13 where some individuals who need a restructuring bankruptcy may have to do a Chapter 11 instead.
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