INDIVIDUAL CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY

An individual Chapter 11 bankruptcy is typically filed when an individual is not eligible to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy because they exceed certain debt limits. You cannot file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy if you have more than $394,725.00 in unsecured debt or more than $1,184,200.00 in secured debt. Individuals trying to save their home may be prevented from filing Chapter 13 because, for example, they had a business that closed and now have significant debt beyond the debt limit. The good news is they can still save their home by filing a Chapter 11. While it is more expensive and there are more obstacles to overcome, such as voting, it is a good alternative when Chapter 13 is not possible.

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