What exactly is bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy is a legal process through which people and businesses can obtain a fresh financial start when they are in such financial difficulty that they can not repay their debts as agreed. The fresh start is achieved by eliminating all or a portion of existing debts and/or by stretching out the monthly payments under the protection and supervision of a court. The process is also designed to protect creditors, because general unsecured creditors share equally in whatever payments the debtor can afford to make.
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