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This type of bankruptcy can help people erase certain types of debt and regain control of their financial situation.
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help lift pressure from financial institutions, while allowing you to consolidate your debts and schedule payments over a specified amount of time.
A Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Reorganization can protect assets and ongoing business value and stop foreclosure, litigation and the IRS. It can reject unfavorable contracts and leases and restructure business debt.
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