Bankruptcy Resources

Here are a list of Bankruptcy Resources to assist you in making a decision on whether bankruptcy is right for you. These bankruptcy resources can also help you understand if your current financial situation is more suited for a chapter 7 or a chapter 13 type of bankruptcy. Obviously the decision on what type of bankruptcy you choose needs to be made with consultation from an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

Helpful Bankruptcy Resource Links

American Bankruptcy Institute Consumer Corner information on debt and bankruptcy

Legal Information Institute Bankruptcy overview from Cornell Law School

U.S. Bankruptcy Courts Website Information and court locations

Official Bankruptcy Forms Administrative Office of the US Courts

FTC Annual Credit Report Info & the ONLY authorized free report site AnnualCreditReport.com

Federal Citizen Information Center Features information on money and credit

TransUnion┬« Credit reporting agency web site – credit reports, identity theft and fraud.

National Foundation for Credit Counseling® Features credit and financial management advice

American Bar Association® Public education information on bankruptcy

US Bankruptcy Trustee Bankruptcy fact sheets and consumer notices

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