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Chapter 7: A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed for people who are unable to pay their existing debts. In many cases you can protect your home, your car and your personal property in a Chapter 7. At the end of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debt is discharged and the person who filed for bankruptcy can move on towards a fresh financial start. Call today to speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you navigate and understand the challenges of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
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