Bankruptcy Law

Welcome to our comprehensive resource for all things Bankruptcy Law in New Hampshire. Our dedicated blog is your go-to destination for the latest news, insights, and updates on bankruptcy regulations, proceedings, and case studies specific to the Granite State.

Whether you’re a legal professional, a business owner, or an individual seeking to navigate the complexities of bankruptcy in New Hampshire, our blog is designed to provide you with valuable information, expert analysis, and real-world experiences. We delve into the intricacies of bankruptcy laws, share success stories, and offer practical advice to help you make informed decisions.

Stay informed, stay empowered. Explore our blog and gain a deeper understanding of Bankruptcy Law in New Hampshire today.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy in New Hampshire

If you are among the 25% of Americans who are struggling to pay their bills during the COVID19 pandemic, bankruptcy might be the right option for you. Regardless of the circumstances, financial difficulties can cause stress, anxiety, and depression, which can have a lasting effect on your family. But, filing for bankruptcy can seem like a confusing and overwhelming process for many. To help you learn more, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about bankruptcy in New...
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Is It Time for You to Declare Bankruptcy?

The coronavirus outbreak has forever changed the way people live. From mom-and-pop stores that had to close down because of control measures to countless individuals who lost their jobs for related reasons, the outbreak has made it difficult for many people to pay for bills, debts, and mortgage payments. If you’re in this situation right now, you may have already considered declaring bankruptcy. It can help reduce your debts and keep bill collectors at bay. But it also affects your...
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Filing Bankruptcy During COVID-19

The COVID19 pandemic has left many Americans out of work and struggling to keep up with debt payments. Filing for bankruptcy is an option for anyone who has debt they can not reasonably afford. However, the pandemic has led to several changes that you should be aware of before you start the process. How to File Bankruptcy During COVID19 With the restrictions put on social gatherings, you may find it difficult to complete the bankruptcy process during COVID-19. Seufert Law...
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Is Bankruptcy the Right Option?

Many families turn to bankruptcy as a last resort after facing severe financial difficulties. Bankruptcy can help a lot of people get back on the right track, but it is not necessarily the right option for everyone. Let’s review what bankruptcy is and how it can help, and a few scenarios where bankruptcy may not be the best option.  How Bankruptcy Can Help Bankruptcy is a way for those who struggle financially, you ask the court for relief with certain...
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Everything You Need To Know About Bankruptcy In New Hampshire

If you and your family are caught in the midst of a financial crisis, bankruptcy may be your best option for getting your debt under control and reclaiming your life. Regardless of your circumstances, falling under an unmanageable amount of debt can be detrimental to your marriage, happiness, and mental health. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy to improve your life, it is important to know that you have a couple of different options available to you. What is...
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Filing for Bankruptcy and What You Should Know About Student Loans

If you’re reading this, you’re probably considering applying for bankruptcy or going through it. While this is a difficult time, it’s necessary to know all of the details. Some things cannot be discharged under bankruptcy, including most domestic support obligations (divorce stuff), some income tax payments and some injury suits. However, sometimes student loan debt can be discharged, but not easily. Here are some things you should know about student loan debt and bankruptcy.

Pensions – Bankruptcy Proceedings

If you file for bankruptcy, you’ll be happy to know that most pensions are free from the clutches of the bankruptcy trustee. If your pension plan falls under one of the following categories, it will be excluded from bankruptcy proceedings (in other words, it’s safe): Any retirement funds that are tax exempt under the U.S. Tax Code, such as 401, 403, or 408 plans. Any pension plan that qualifies under ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974). Certain government...
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