You Filed Your Own Bankruptcy –
Will it be DISMISSED or APPROVED?
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When you file your own bankruptcy, you submit yourself to the control of the UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT.
You may NOT, in most cases, dismiss your case if it doesn’t work the way you hope it will.
The rules are many, and technical. Once small mistake can cause your case to be dismissed, or worse.
Or worse? What would be worse than having your case dismissed, and losing the time and money you have spent?
It could get a LOT worse. I see pro se cases (filed without lawyers) end up in loss of houses, cars, bank accounts, family members end up being sued – yes, it gets worse than a dismissed case. In these situations, the pro se filers wished they could dismiss their cases. But they could not.
If you are acting as your own lawyer, and have filed your own case, you might want to get some additional information about what you are now facing.
What can you do to make sure it turns out the way you hope it will?
You need to know ALL of the following, and more.
- What is the means test? Does it even apply to you?
- Where to find “local rules” that govern your case
- Hidden traps to avoid
- Common mistakes that cause cases to be dismissed
- How to make your trustee happy
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