Every once in a while the question arises by a prior client who has been unfortunate enough to have to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy a second time, “how long do I have to wait before I can file again?” The answer is 8 years, but less for a Chapter 13. If you have any questions regarding bankruptcy, and you live in SE Connecticut, including Groton, Stonington, Waterford, Ledyard, Montville, Norwich, Griswald, Lyme and other surrounding towns, please feel free to call attorney Mark O. Grater (860-449-8059) for a free consultation, or e-mail him at email@example.com. You can also check his Web cite at www.graterlaw.com..
Filing Bankruptcy a Second Time June 30, 2016
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