Bankruptcy Headquarters Expands Texas Info to Simplify the Bankruptcy Process

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The new Texas section of the Bankruptcy Headquarters website ( provides Texans the ability to educate themselves about any aspect of the bankruptcy process in the Lone Star state. For Texas citizens thinking about filing bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Headquarters "demystifies" the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 process, teaching readers in layman's terms how to become free from financial hardship.

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Filing bankruptcy in Texas just got one step easier. With the successful launch of the new Texas section of the Bankruptcy Headquarters website, citizens of the Lone Star state can now access a comprehensive website to educate themselves about any aspect of the Texas bankruptcy process and learn how to take the appropriate steps to free themselves from heavy personal financial burden.

The new Texas section of the Bankruptcy Headquarters website provides in-depth details about the Texas state bankruptcy exemptions, the Texas bankruptcy courts, statistics related to bankruptcy filings in Texas, and information about the bankruptcy laws in Texas.

In addition to the Texas-specific bankruptcy information, the website also offers basic bankruptcy information such as:

  • Top 10 bankruptcy questions
  • Weekly blogs about current bankruptcy issues
  • Details about the step-by-step bankruptcy process
  • Clarification regarding bankruptcy truths and myths
  • How to understand your credit
  • Descriptions about life after bankruptcy

For many Texans, understanding the differences between filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Texas and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Texas can be confusing because of the extensive legal technicalities. Bankruptcy Headquarters provides just the right amount of information, advice and resources -- all in plain English -- to clarify and "demystify" the personal bankruptcy process. And with the ability to receive a free financial evaluation from a local bankruptcy attorney, Bankruptcy Headquarters has now become a one-stop shop for Texans to learn how to get their personal finances back on track.

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