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If you are considering filing bankruptcy, the first step is to learn about what bankruptcy can and cannot do for your unique situation. For example, some debts are dischargeable in bankruptcy, while others are not. Some people may not need to file bankruptcy if they are "collection-proof," meaning all their income and assets are already exempt from creditors. The links below will help you learn more about basic bankruptcy information.
If you are considering filing bankruptcy, contact Montana Consumer Law Center today to schedule a legal consultation. We will help you assess your situation, answer your questions, and explain your bankruptcy options.