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Filing for Bankruptcy Protection in 2013 while Living in Texas

Ever since the founding of this great nation, bankruptcy laws have been forever evolving. If you are filing for bankruptcy protection in 2013 while living in Texas, you will find out that Texas bankruptcy laws have evolved also. Continue reading

A Look Back Into the History of Bankruptcy in the United States

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English: The United States Esperanto: Loko de Usono sur la terglobo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Will Rogers, the famous Cherokee American native and humorist, once quipped, “We’ll show the world we are prosperous, even if we have to go broke to do it.” Today, the United States national debt is reaching a point where all the money we collect from taxes won’t even pay the interest on our national debt. Like many Americans who have recently gone into bankruptcy, our nation is almost broke. Maybe now is a good time to take a look back into the history of bankruptcy in the United States in order to learn learn what we may or may not do about the problem. Continue reading