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North Carolina Bankruptcy Laws

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North Carolina bankruptcy laws is quite unique

with its diversified portfolio of well structured legal framework for handling a variety of situations.

The provisions of bankruptcy law in North Carolina are utmost effective in tackling debts and effectively giving a fresh financial start.

 

North Carolina bankruptcy law follows the federal bankruptcy process.

 

While filing for bankruptcy in North Carolina, it needs mentioning that certain federal exemptions are to be used.

These exemption categories are broadly classified into homestead, insurance, pensions, miscellaneous and personal property.

Filing for bankruptcy in North Carolina also provides an array of additional exemptions which include certain public benefits as well.

Bankruptcy process

  • Bankruptcy act credit counseling
  • Bankruptcy act means test
  • Gathering paperwork to itemize sources of current income
  • Filing for bankruptcy based on exemptions provided under North Carolina law
  • Chapter 13 requirements

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