Here are two things to avoid when filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, MN. First, do not file a bankruptcy yourself. A person who files a Chapter 7/13 bankruptcy them self has a fool for a client. The Bankruptcy Code is a complicated legal set of rules that govern your assets and debts in bankruptcy. It takes years of practice before a lawyer can understand what the Bankruptcy Code says and how it intersects with actual cases.
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Second, do not transfer any assets without the advice of a competent lawyer. This is true for the period of time prior to filing bankruptcy and post filing as well. For example, if you transfer assets within the first 90 days of filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy you could be in a lot of trouble. Until the objection period for exemptions has passed (typically 30 days after the date set for the meeting of creditors), you are not legally able to transfer assets. And if you do transfer assets during this period, you could risk losing your bankruptcy discharge or worse.
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