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Title:
How to file your own bankruptcy : (or how to avoid it) : with forms
Author:
Haman, Edward A.
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Publication Information:
Clearwater, Fla. : Sphinx Publishing, [1990]

©1990
Physical Description:
152 pages ; 28 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780913825327
Format :
Book

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Author Notes

Edward A. Haman earned his Bachelor's Degree from Western Michigan University and his law degree from the University of Toledo. Haman has served as a Michigan Circuit Court domestic relations hearing officer and has practiced law in Florida, Michigan, and Hawaii.

Drawing on his knowledge of the law, Haman has authored close to two dozen self-help law books, including How to Write Your Own Living Will, How to File Your Own Divorce, and The Power of Attorney Handbook. In his book The Complete Guide to Filing Your Own Bankruptcy, Haman simplifies and thoroughly explains everything you need to know to prepare for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

Predicted difficult economic times ahead will guarantee a demand for books about bankruptcy. In fact, bankruptcy has always been a regularly requested public library subject. Most books dealing with this topic are similar in content--they describe how to avoid bankruptcy, the various types of bankruptcy, and when and how to choose a lawyer. Most also include sample forms, which, for libraries, are both useful and problematic. Attorney Haman's book is no exception. His 70 pages of text include distinctions between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies and offer steps to take to avoid having to file for bankruptcy. Fifty pages of various forms with brief explanations follow. Haman's book is valuable because it is current and because it also includes a state-by-state listing of exemptions, that is, the property one is allowed to keep after filing for bankruptcy. Recommended for libraries needing to update their collections in this category. ~--David Rouse