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How to file a bankruptcy book

How to file a bankruptcy book

How to file a bankruptcy book. This book discusses the “nuts and bolts” of getting a bankruptcy petition completed with or without an attorney.

I previously published a book titled: “Should I file a bankruptcy?” That book was written specifically for the person CONSIDERING filing for a bankruptcy.

That book was designed to be an aid to the decision making process to possibly file a bankruptcy. Once the decision has been made to file a bankruptcy, the book before you “How to file a bankruptcy” is the next logical step for your bankruptcy.

This next book covers the “nuts and bolts” of getting a bankruptcy petition completed (with or without an attorney) and discusses the necessary forms to file a petition with the bankruptcy court.

The prior book focuses on decision making and things to think about regarding bankruptcy. That book was drafted as a guide to assist you with your decision regarding bankruptcy. If you are considering filing a bankruptcy, this book is for you. If you have already decided to file a bankruptcy, this book is equally relevant as it was drafted to be a short and concise guide to aid in the decision making process for individuals and couples considering filing for personal bankruptcy.

CLICK HERE to view a book regarding how to increase your credit score is also available. This is for either before or after filing a bankruptcy. The book is called “How to increase your credit score” and the caption is “The fastest way to increase your credit score with a few easy steps.”

This book contains discusses credit repair and new ideas that people can utilize to increase their credit score.
For example, various bills that you pay can now be utilized to increase your credit score which includes:
*Rent that you pay to a landlord
*Certain utility bills
*Cell phone bills

In the USA, there are three national credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion) which compete with each other to capture, update and store credit histories on most U.S consumers. They are not government operated. They are for profit. They don’t want you to repair your own credit. They want you to utilize their services.

Knowing some basic information about how credit scores can be improved can assist you in getting your credit score above the coveted 700 credit score figure.

If you’ve made the decision to file a bankruptcy, CLICK HERE to read a book which discusses how to file a bankruptcy.

CLICK HERE to view Ronald Cook’s publications on Amazon.com

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