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Q#1: Is there still time for us to "temporarily "intercede by filing BK & if yes, what is the latest date to do so? Response 1: Yes. You can file as late as a few minutes before the hearing. As long as the bankruptcy is filed before the hearing, the hearing would be stopped. You need to make sure that you get the dates straightened out. You may file several days before the hearing. Notice of Bankruptcy Case filing must be sent to the Attorney representing your Landlord and your Landlord. Notice must also be sent to the Court Clerk's Office. Q#2: Which is the best BK Kit to buy/download? Response 2: If you cannot afford an attorney, then the best alternative will be to use bankruptcy petition preparer. Bankruptcy petition preparers prepare bankruptcy forms but they cannot give you legal advice because they are not attorneys. Click on the links below for some of the bankruptcy petition preparers. You can do some searches on Google or Yahoo if you do not like the ones on the links below. http://www.bankruptcyseven.com/bk/
Q#3: What is fastest way to get the required "counseling course" & certificate? Response 3: As for the credit counselling, you may contact GreePath Inc. You can get counselling on the phone or Internet. Here is GreenPath's web site:
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