September 20, 2011
Research, Research, Research Bankruptcy Fraud and All Other Aspects of Bankruptcy
There is an old saying that "knowledge is Power." There is no place that this is more true than with bankruptcy in general and more specifically with bankruptcy fraud.
Going through bankruptcy for most is a monumental, life changing experience. It should be a monumental, life changing experience. It is a "do over" at one of the highest levels of life. In most cases, individuals are able to take unfortunate circumstance(s) and/or bad financial move(s)(usually that have been compouned over and over) and in a sense, wipe the slate clean in a one time event of starting over.
Most bankruptcies involve tens of thousands of dollars in credit card debt and when houses are involved the total almost always always is going to go into six figures.
The bottomm line here is this. With so much at stake and with all of the facts available via the internet, there is no reason why one cannot become an "expert" on their own personal Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I recommend that anyone going through bankruptcy visit the bkforum.com website and register to be able to post on the site. The site covers everything related to bankruptcy with individual's personal stories and recommendations. The moderators on this site are excellent as well. For me, this was my starting point in becoming an expert on my bankruptcy and all other research and knowledge spawned from information gained from this site.
So I highly recommend to give bkforum.com a look. Take your bankruptcy seriously. Treat it as a "major project" and one that will have, in a sense, a big payday for you down the road. In the end it will be a great investment of your time.