Why should you consider hiring a bankruptcy lawyer?
A bankruptcy attorney can explain the bankruptcy laws in your state, help you with the required paperwork and meeting deadlines. Your lawyer can also tell you if any exemptions apply to you.
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A bankruptcy attorney can explain the relevant local laws and help you determine which type of bankruptcy will work for you. Let a local lawyer guide you through the Means Test and filing requirements to find out if bankruptcy can solve your financial problems. You are in the right place — just fill out the form above to schedule a free, confidential and no obligation consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer.
Personal Bankruptcy Statistics For 2009
Do you wonder how many have filed bankruptcy for the year 2009? Perhaps you only want to know how many filed personal bankruptcy in your state. Here’s a compilation of the 2009 statistical data that came from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court website. Figures are for non-business bankruptcy filing (Ch 7, 11 & 13 only). The top 9 states are listed below, followed by a complete list sorted by state.
Here’s the complete table in alphabetical order.
|DC||1,067||District of Columbia||MO||30,470||Missouri||TN||53,138||Tennessee|
|IN||47,289||Indiana||NM||5,822||New Mexico||WV||6,458||West Virginia|