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4 Common Types of Bankruptcy
4 Common Types of Bankruptcy

If you are dealing with crushing debt, you may be able to find much-needed relief by filing bankruptcy. However, there is not just one type of bankruptcy, there are actually four common types of bankruptcy: Chapter 7 , Chapter 13 , Chapter 11, and Chapter 12. If you are ...

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