Start a chapter 7 bankruptcy by filing a comprehensive set of completed official forms, known as schedules A through J, and a statement of financial affairs. As shown by Cornell's Legal Information Institute, it's necess... More »

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Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as liquidation bankruptcy, is a process where the debtor's non-exempt assets are sold, and the proceeds are given to his creditors to help repay his debts. Any remaining debt is forgiven,... More »

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An individual can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if his income is not over a certain amount and he passes the "means test," according to Nolo. If the individual has filed a previous bankruptcy within a certain period of t... More »

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Motion for summary judgment forms typically include the court name, case information, a basic statement of the law allowing such motions and further sections relating some details of the case, as evidenced by the forms p... More »

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A testamentary letter in a guardianship is a court-authored document granting authority to a guardian to handle the affairs of a minor or incapacitated person, according to attorney Ken LaMance for LegalMatch. This type ... More »

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According to Care.com, questions to ask an elder care attorney include those on subjects on when to plan for managing an elderly parent's affairs, how to begin such a conversation with an elderly parent and how to addres... More »

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An individual can give a person power of attorney so the appointed person can manage the financial affairs if the individual becomes incapacitated, says Nolo. A power of attorney is a legal document that allows the appoi... More »

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