Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as a straight bankruptcy or liquidation bankruptcy, is the most common type of bankruptcy in the United States. Follow our blog to learn more about the process of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, including what debts can be forgiven, how it will affect your credit score, and what an attorney can do to guide you through the process of getting a fresh start for you and your family.
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CARES Act protects bankruptcy filers. The recent amendments to the CARES Act, which included stimulus checks to millions of Americans, also protected bankruptcy filers by allowing relief.