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Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7

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Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7

Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7

Wipe out business debts and get a fresh start! The Essential Guide to Business Bankruptcy helps small businesses assess the financial condition of their business, determine whether they should declare bankruptcy, and offers stepbystep instructions for completing all of the bankruptcy forms and filing them in court. For businesses that are under water and don’t want to spend money on a lawyer they can’t afford, this book provides all the information they need to handle their own bankruptcy filing

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3 Responses to “Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7”

  1. R.S. Eisenberg ""Don't look back; somethi... Reply January 14, 2013 at 6:44 am
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not for the faint of heart, May 24, 2010
    This review is from: Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7 (Paperback)
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    If you are seriously reading this book, accept my sympathies. When I ordered it I too was on the brink, and reading through it has convinced me to try any other way I can to resolve my current financial situation. While with typical NOLO thoroughness,(with the unfortunate lack of the ubiquitous CD) it details every procedure, answers nearly every question and provides forms galore to help you proceed through this process yourself, should you choose. I still feel it is a course of action not to be taken lightly or without the help of an attorney, But you will also find the advice and examples presented in this book invaluable in understanding the process and help you by being far more better prepared when the time comes.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    another excellent NOLO book you can count on., May 12, 2010
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    Bmommy (Midwest, USA) –
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    This review is from: Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7 (Paperback)
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    NOLO has been a reliable source of legal resource books for about 40 years, and they can save you thousands in legal fees. This book is no exception, and if you are a small business owner even considering bankruptcy, this book will help you evaluate your situation and determine which path to follow. Particularly helpful is is that it brings your personal financial situation into the picture, including what happens to your home if your business goes bankrupt.

    It is really helpful that all the necessary forms are included, in tear-out sheets, but the only negative for this otherwise-excellent book is that it does not come with a CD containing all the forms like many of the other NOLO books do. I usually like to have the forms in the book for reference, but also to have them on a CD so I can customize them, fill them out, and print them all ready to submit. Also, it is a pain to have to either hand-write or type on forms (who does that anymore? 😉 ) and I would much rather be able to fill out all the forms on the computer instead. Not including a CD with all the forms is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. But it is still an exceptional resource you can use to sort out your personal and business finances, find out how bankruptcy works, fill out the appropriate worksheets and prepare the necessary forms for filing. In addition, the Appendix includes information for individual state and federal exemptions.

    The assistance from this book doesn’t end there, though. It also details how to handle your case in court and then how to deal with the aftermath of bankruptcy.

    All in all, another reliable NOLO book, with up-to-date 2010 information and forms, and detailed legal information to assist you with the difficult, costly, and stressful process of bankruptcy.

    I would definitely recommend this book, even if you are dealing with an attorney already. That way you can educate yourself and understand the bankruptcy process, to better protect yourself, and what’s left of your money.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More than just Chapter 7, May 11, 2010
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    Ardeal “Emi” (Atlanta, GA United States) –
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    This review is from: Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners: How to File for Chapter 7 (Paperback)
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    What I really liked about this book is that it offers advice on business bankruptcies in general, not just chapter 7. It has clear comparisons on when chapter 11 or 13 are the better choice, with corresponding eligibility and drawbacks. It also includes liability on a business owner’s house. It has 2010 updated information and (as it’s usual with NOLO publications) any new changes in law are reflected on the web-sites provided. Please note – this book is primarily geared towards bankruptcy for small business owners. NOLO also has a Bankruptcy Chapter 7 book for individuals, How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, so choose appropriately.

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