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Upsolve is a national nonprofit corporation that helps low-income Americans file Chapter 7 bankruptcy for free.  If you have decided you need to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you might qualify for free legal assistance from Upsolve.  Click on the following link to go to Upsolve If you click on this link you will be leaving this website.
In 1977, the United States Congress passed the “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.”  Congress said there were abusive actions being taken by many debt collectors.  Congress found that these practices invaded privacy. Click on the following document to find about your rights when dealing with debt collectors.
LSSM has prepared a bankruptcy brochure explaining how the bankruptcy process works.  Click on the document below to learn more.
What is bankruptcy?   In bankruptcy, a person or business may restructure debt payments or discharge debts. There are four major forms of bankruptcy, two that are limited to individuals (or married couples) and two that are primarily for businesses.
What You Need to Know Before You File Bankruptcy.  If you click on this link you will be leaving this website. 
What is Bankruptcy?   Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a person who cannot pay his or her bills can get a fresh financial start. The right to file for bankruptcy is provided by federal law, and all bankruptcy cases are handled in federal court. Filing bankruptcy immediately stops all creditors from seeking to collect debts from a petitioner, at least until the debts are sorted out according to the law. What Can Bankruptcy Do?  Bankruptcy makes it possible to—