Re the home, the bankruptcy exemption for a single person is $75,000 equity ($150,000 if married and your spouse also files bankruptcy). So, that covers $342,000 in equity. Considering the cost of sale commissions, the trustee
won't sell the house, because creditors will get nothing. You will almost certainly keep it, as long as you can make the mortgage payments.
Your income may be too great for a personal Chapter 7
. So, you could file personal Chapter 13
, make payments on your credit card debt for the next 5 years, and discharge the remainder. During that time, you will probably be able to reestablish credit for new credit cards after about two years. In the interim, you may have some borrowing power issues -- no doubt about it.
You can try to get a secured credit card using your home equity. Then you will have borrowing power. But, the botXXXXX XXXXXne is that you cannot continue to generate bills that exceed your income, because that means you're not really earning anything.
In fact, you may actually be a candidate for Chapter 7, which would end all of your debt problems overnight, and leave you with the house and perhaps all of the video equipment as "tools of the trade." This could require a simultaneous Chapter 7 for yourself and a Chapter 11 for the LLC. Chapter 11 is generally expensive, but it may be worth it, because if you handle this right you could pretty much keep all of your assets and get rid of all your debt.
Find a local bankruptcy attorney who has small business experience (most bankruptcy attorneys have no competency in this area, so be careful who you pick -- make them prove that they've handled your type of circumstances in the past). Put your financial cards on the table, and see if the attorney can put together a plan to get you out of this mess.
I don't have enough info here, but I think it's doable, based on the info I have.
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