Important Information related to Loan Modifications and Foreclosure in Minnesota:
Please click this link for up to date Loan Modfication information. The following website provides important information about foreclosure in Minnesota including information related to postponing your sheriff sale without filing a bankruptcy.
General Information related to Bankruptcy:
The United States Bankruptcy Court has a wonderful resource page for debtors. On this page the Court provides debtors with a series of nine short videos about Bankruptcy. Please watch these videos provide accurate and reliable information about the bankruptcy process.
For detailed information about bankruptcy law written for lawyers and their clients Cornell University provides excellent information on this website. Although the information here is geared more towards lawyers, it can be a great source of information for clients and lawyers alike. The United States Trustee and the Minnesota Bankruptcy Court have up to date information on Means Test Requirements, Bankrutpcy Filing Data, Filing requirements, Credit Counseling and Debtor Education courses including a full listing of accepted providers of counseling in your region.
The National Assocation of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys has information for debtors on their website. The attorney you choose should be a member of this organization.
If you are not sure whether filing a bankruptcy is right for you at all, I suggest you head over to this site. Make yourself a chart or spread sheet of your debts and use the handy credit card payoff calculator at Bankrate. Use this tool to help determine how long it will take you to pay off each of your debts.
General information about bankruptcy in Minnesota and other States. This site has a lot of useful information about the bankruptcy process in general and also information specific to your jurisdiction. I has a section that specifically discusses the property you can protect in your bankruptcy case.
List of Lawyers:
AVVO has a list of attorneys and attorney ratings.
If you have questions about credit and information about your free credit report see the Federal Trade Commission’s web page.
Other information related to credit issues may be found at the National Consumer Law Center’s page.
This page contains links to resources for Bankruptcy Information on the Internet. The information provided are resources intended to assist you in your research about chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy and perhaps other forms of debt relief. Deciding to file a bankruptcy is perhaps one of the most difficult decisions a person can face. Please call me (612) 206-3706 or email me at email@example.com.
This law firm is a debt relief agency, and we help people file for bankruptcy relief under the United States Bankruptcy Law.