An updated edition of the successful guide with coverage of the new bankruptcy laws The Second Edition of Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies is fully updated with new resources and features full coverage of the new corporate-sponsored bankruptcy bill, which makes it harder than ever for people to seek relief through bankruptcy. Personal Bankruptcy For Dummies helps readers decide whether filing for bankruptcy is the right choice for them and, if it is, which type of bankruptcy suits their personal situation. Written by seasoned experts on bankruptcy law, this simple guide walks readers through the bankruptcy process and explains how to rebuild credit afterwards. Plus, the book also helps people deal with creditors and the IRS before they find themselves facing bankruptcy. James P. Caher (Eugene, OR) is an expert on consumer bankruptcy and a practicing bankruptcy lawyer with 25 years of experience. John M. Caher (Albany, NY) is a legal journalist who has written about law and the courts for most of his 20-year career.
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