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Get a Fresh Start with the Law Office of Cricket Browne, LLC
At the Law Office of Cricket Browne, LLC, our experienced Maryland Chapter
7 bankruptcy lawyers are ready to help you assert your rights. Our commitment
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we are readily accessible by phone or even in-person. We always keep clients up-to-date on how their cases are developing, and
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know
How do I qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
To be eligible for this debt relief, you must pass the means test. This
test will take the median income of a household your size in Maryland,
and match it up to your income. Your income must be below the state median
Will all my debt be discharged?
This will depend on the type of debt you have. Usually speaking, all your
secured debts (mortgage, car loan) and unsecured debts (medical bills,
credit card debt, etc.) will be discharged. However, certain creditors
can fight the discharge, claiming that there was fraud or that you never
intended to repay the debt. Also, debt from unpaid child support or alimony,
and certain tax debts cannot be erased by any legal process.
How long will the bankruptcy last?
The average Chapter 7 case will take about four to six months, and then
you can move forward with a clean slate. You can begin restoring your
What will happen to my home? Will I lose my assets?
Even though this is liquidation bankruptcy, you can claim certain exemptions
that can protect your property. The bankruptcy trustee can only sell non-exempt
assets. Maryland's bankruptcy laws provide exemptions for: a house,
personal items, unpaid wages, tools of trade, insurance, and more, up
to certain financial limits. For example, the homestead exemption covers
up to $22,975 of your home ($45,950 for spouses).
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As with almost any area of law, there are numerous intricacies, restrictions,
and exceptions when it comes to filing for bankruptcy. When your financial
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