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against persons who file under Chapter 7?

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It is illegal for either private or governmental employers to discriminate against a person as to employment because that person has filed under Chapter 7. It is also illegal for local, state, or federal governmental units to discriminate against a person as to the granting of licenses (including a driver’s license), permits, and similar grants because that person has filed under Chapter 7. 4) Under what conditions should a husband and wife both file under Chapter 7? Both husband and wife should file if some of the debts to be discharged are owed by both spouses. If both spouses are liable for some of the debts and if only one spouse files under Chapter 7, the creditors often try to coerce the non-filing spouse into paying the debts, even if he or she has no income or assets. 5) When is Chapter 13 preferable to Chapter 7? Chapter 13 is usually preferable for the debtor who (1) wishes to repay all or most of their unsecured debts and has the income with which to do so within a reasonabl

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No. It is illegal for either private or governmental employers to discriminate against a person as to employment because that person has filed under Chapter 7. It is also illegal for local, state, or federal governmental units to discriminate against a person as to the granting of licenses (including a driver’s license), permits, student loans, and similar grants because that person has filed under Chapter 7. 18.

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It is illegal for either private or government employers to discriminate against a person as to employment because that person has filed under chapter 7. It is also illegal for local, state, or federal government units to discriminate against a person as to the granting of licenses (including a driver’s license), permits and similiar grants because that person has filed under chapter 7. (4) Under what conditions should a husband and wife both file under chapter 7? Both husband and wife should file if some debts to be discharged are owed by both spouses. If both spouses are liable for some of the debts and only one files under chapter 7, the creditors often try to coerce the no filing spouse into paying the debts, even if he she has no income or assests. (5) When is Chapter 13 preferable to Chapter 7? Chapter 13 is usually perferable to the debtor who (1) who wishes to repay all or most of their unsecured debts and has the income with which to do to so in a reasonable time, (2) has valu

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No. It is illegal for either private or governmental employers to discriminate against a person as to employment because that person has filed under chapter 7. It is also illegal for local, state, or federal government units to discriminate against a person as to the granting of licenses (including driver’s license), permits, student loans, and similar grants because that person has filed under chapter 7.

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