What Happens in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if All of My Property Isn’t Exempt?

 The question of what happens in the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy process when a filing debtor’s property is NOT fully protected by the available bankruptcy exemptions is a very basic question—but the answer to that question is not one that will be easily located in any bank of public information on the subject.

Click here to read more about non-exempt property in Chapter 7 bankruptcy on the new Michigan Bankruptcy Blog of The Hilla Law Firm, PLLC.

If you are a southeast Michigan resident considering filing for bankruptcy, please feel free to contact us at (866) 674-2317 or john@hillalaw.com to schedule a free, initial consultation.

2 responses to “What Happens in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if All of My Property Isn’t Exempt?

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