Personal Bankruptcy Case

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Many people who are planning to file for bankruptcy protection are concerned with how it will impact their job. Can you be fired for filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? Fortunately, the answer is “no.” The Bankruptcy Code prohibits your employer from firing you solely because you filed a bankruptcy case. You may also be concerned about whether your employer will discover that you have filed a personal bankruptcy. Although your filing is a matter of public record and anyone who is searching for your case information can find it, the reality is that most people will not make this effort. For more information about who will find out about your bankruptcy filing, please read our blog titled “Will “Everyone” know about my Bankruptcy Filing?” The

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