Are you thinking about filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy to save your home from foreclosure? Or perhaps you're considering Chapter 7 as a way to get rid debt, such as credit card debt or medical bills?
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If you are filing bankruptcy in the Central area of the United States, your case will probably be dealt with the bankruptcy courts in the Seventh or Eighth U.S. Court district. These states are included in those districts:
Within each state there are multiple court districts. You will need to file bankruptcy in the appropriate district.
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There are two main types of personal bankruptcy that can be filed in the Central Bankruptcy Court District: Chapter 7 and 13.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is built to eliminated unsecured debt like credit card bills, medical debt and utility bills.
On the other hand, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed to help protect property and resolve secured debt (mortgages, car loans) through the interest-free bankruptcy repayment plan.
Ask a local bankruptcy lawyer which type of bankruptcy could be best suited to help you: