Bankruptcy is a federal court proceeding in which a judge and court trustee examine a person's or company's assets and liabilities of individuals and businesses who are unable to pay their bills. 

Depending on the facts of the case, a person or company may be able to discharge all of the their debts, some of their debts, or restructure their debts on a payment plan. Those who discharge all of their debts are no longer legally required to pay the debts.

Contact our bankruptcy attorney today to discuss your options.

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