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Consumer Bankruptcy Law: Chapter 7


Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes called “liquidation” bankruptcy. It cancels most types of debt. Most people who use Chapter 7 get to keep all their property, but if you have too much, the bankruptcy trustee will liquidate (sell) your nonexempt property for the benefit of your creditors. 

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These forms are all available from Please also check with your local bankruptcy court to see if there are additional forms you need.