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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Missouri: What You Need to Know

Missouri was pivotal for launching the settlement of the western United States. The Lewis and Clark expedition began near present day St. Louis, and Missouri was the eastern starting point for the Pony Express, the Oregon Trail, the California Trail, and for many years, the Santa Fe Trail. The 91-acre Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in D.C.: What You Need to Know

Washington, D.C. dates back to 1791, when it was founded to be our nation’s capital. The District of Columbia is the location of all three branches of our government: the executive, the legislative, and the judicial. Here, Congress passes laws, the President develops policies, and the Supreme Court rules on cases that affect us all. […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Maryland: What You Need to Know

One of the original 13 colonies, Maryland is a mid-Atlantic state blessed with a wide variety of landscapes that has earned it the nickname “America in Miniature.” Sand dunes, marshlands, gentle hills, pine groves, and waterways decorate this small state. Perhaps Maryland is best known for the Chesapeake Bay and delicious seafood, but it is […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Maine: What You Need to Know

Maine has some specific rules that govern bankruptcy, but before we get into that, let’s take a look at the state that lies the farthest north in New England. Maine is a state of dense forests, low mountains, beautiful waterways, and a rocky coast that is studded with lighthouses. Its charms include beaches, the heavily […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Louisiana: What You Need to Know

Before we discuss exemptions in bankruptcies filed in Louisiana, let’s take a look at this fascinating state. The Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River and Louisiana’s extensive bayous frame the backdrop to Louisiana’s unique melting pot that include Cajun and Creole cultures. We owe a debt to New Orleans for giving birth to jazz, and, […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Kentucky: What You Need to Know

Last updated Sept. 15, 2017. Just south of the Mason-Dixon line, Kentucky is famous for the venerable Kentucky Derby thoroughbred horse race, which began in 1875. Far more than a horse race, the Kentucky Derby is a see and be-seen social event that is always held at Churchill Downs in Louisville the first Saturday in […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Kansas: What You Need to Know

Located in the country’s Great Plains heartland, Kansas is a state rich in history. The land that eventually was to become Kansas was part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, but it took almost 60 years for Kansas to achieve statehood, just a few months before the outbreak of the Civil War. Most people think […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Indiana: What You Need to Know

If you don’t live in or near Indiana, you may only have a vague picture of a state with miles of farmland that hosts the annual Indianapolis 500 auto race. In fact, Indiana is filled with attractions and boasts diverse industries. A discussion of Indiana’s charms would not be complete without a mention of Brown […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Idaho: What You Need to Know

Idaho is a dreamland for those who love the outdoors. It offers the most whitewater river miles in the lower 48 states, and more than 21 million miles of forest and public lands. It’s a destination for those who enjoy skiing in well-known resorts such as Sun Valley. However, Idaho ranks only 47th in the United […]

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Georgia: What You Need to Know

Georgia, the largest state east of the Mississippi river, is famous as the nation’s foremost producer of peaches, pecans and peanuts. It was one of our original colonies, and back in 1776 its population was 40,000 —compared to today’s population of 10,310,371, making it the eighth-most populous state in the nation. The Atlanta metropolitan area is the ninth-largest […]