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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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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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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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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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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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A power of attorney is needed when a person is unable to handle affairs or considered legally incapable to make decisions about finances, medical and household issues, explains the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid. A pe... More »

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A good time to give someone power of attorney is when people are out of state and need to appoint someone in control of their property or affairs, the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid advises. Power of attorneys can be ... More »

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