Bankruptcy is a financial technique in which you declare that you cannot repay your creditors now or see a way to repay them in the future. Depending on your income and the amount of money you owe, an individual may declare chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcies. However, in either case, bankruptcy is a fairly public affair. Your name and address will be published in at least one of the local newspapers for all of your friends to read, and your neighbors will see movers coming to repossess some of your items. For many people, the worst part of bankruptcy isn't losing the money; it's losing pride and dignity.
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