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West Virginia Bankruptcy Laws

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Filing for bankruptcy in West Virginia is quite unique and comprehensively structured enough to mete out certain exigencies.

While the process is much similar to some specific states,

like submitting proof of receiving credit counseling, approval of certain agencies during certain time frame and other legal formalities,

the flexibility granted under the state mandate is a bit different.

West Virginia bankruptcy laws grants certain specific exemptions while

filing for Chapter 7 and repayment of creditors under Chapter 13 is also quite flexible.

Means test and comparison with average median benchmark is also quite well structured and tailored enough to manage means.

Bankruptcy process

  • Individual debtors filing for bankruptcy within prescribed time period of 6 months
  • Gathering paperwork for itemizing current income sources
  • Chapter 13 requirements and submitting proposed repayment plan
  • Meeting of creditors and plan confirmation

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