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Call our Texas bankruptcy lawyers if the questions below lead to debt problems or if you are unsure of your answers.

All bankruptcy questions are based on the new bankruptcy law.

1. Under the new bankruptcy rules debtors with insufficient income or assets wishing to eliminate debts entirely after certain assets are forfeited would file which of the following:

A. Chapter 13

B. Chapter 11

C. Chapter 7

D. none of the above


2. True or False. I can lose my home if I file Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

A. True

B. False


3. People with income above their states median, who can pay at least $6000 over 5 years, would be forced into which of the following bankruptcies:

A. Chapter 7

B. Chapter 11

C. Chapter 13

D. none of the above


4. An individual can file for bankruptcy once every how many years?

A. 5 years

B. 7 years

C. 10 years

D. none of the above


5. True or False. Bankruptcy will threaten my current job or my ability to get a new job.

A. True

B. False




1. C. Chapter 7 bankruptcy, if court approved, would eliminate all debt after certain assets are forfeited.

2. B. False. In chapter 7 bankruptcy you can keep your home if you are current with your mortgage payments.

3. C. The court would force these individuals into chapter 13 under a repayment plan.

4. B. You can file for bankruptcy only once every 7 years.

5. B. You cannot be terminated from your current job or denied a new one because of bankruptcy.

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Lawrence D. Tackett, P.L.L.C.
The Woodlands Texas Area

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Lawrence D. Tackett

The Law Offices of Lawrence D. Tackett, P.L.L.C. can assist you in your decision. A Texas bankruptcy attorney ready to help you.

No one wants to face the fact that they can’t pay their bills. However, in today’s economy, many people have lost income because of illness, divorce, or layoffs. What do you do when you simply cannot pay your bills? Wouldn’t you like to know? If this describes your financial circumstances, you should know your legal rights.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult our Texas Lawyers for individual advice regarding your own situation.