If you are thinking about bankruptcy, you should know that the exemption laws can let you keep exempt income and property, even after your bankruptcy. A lawyer who does bankruptcy cases can tell you more about how this works.
Read this important notice about how to protect your property and income if you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy.
Follow these links to get more information about bankruptcy:
- General Information (common questions) about Bankruptcy in Vermont
- United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Vermont
- Bankruptcy Basics: Bankruptcy Basics is a publication of the U.S. Courts that provides basic information about bankruptcy, explains the different chapters, and answers common questions about the bankruptcy process. It also contains helpful videos that explain the entire bankruptcy process.
- Information about filing for bankruptcy without an attorney from the United States Federal Courts
- Vermont’s Pro Se Packet from the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Vermont
- General Consumer Information from the United States Department of Justice
- Credit Counseling and Debtor Education Information from the United States Department of Justice
- Means Testing Information from the United States Department of Justice