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Liquidation (Chapter 7)

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Liquidation (Chapter 7)

This is the most common type of bankruptcy. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debtor’s assets are sold to pay off creditors. Any remaining debts are discharged, which means that the debtor is no longer legally obligated to pay them.

  • Who can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Individuals and businesses can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, there are certain eligibility requirements that must be met. For example, individuals must have a regular income and be unable to pay their debts as they become due. Businesses must be unable to continue operating as a going concern.

  • What happens in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Once a debtor files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the court appoints a trustee to oversee the bankruptcy case. The trustee is responsible for liquidating the debtor’s assets and distributing the proceeds to the creditors. The debtor is also required to provide a list of their assets and debts to the court.

  • What assets are exempt from liquidation in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Certain assets are exempt from liquidation in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. These assets typically include personal property that is necessary for the debtor’s basic living expenses, such as a home, car, and clothing.

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