Santa Barbara’s La Casa de la Raza Files for Bankruptcy

La Casa de la Raza Files for Bankruptcy Longtime community center La Casa de la Raza filed a Voluntary Petition under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code on February 17, 2016, case number 9:16-bk-10283-PC. It was filed in order to stop the foreclosure of its building at 601 East Monteci
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Do I Have To Go To Court When I File For Bankruptcy?

Do I have to go to court?
Do I Have To Go To Court? The answer to this basic of questions is: It depends–on which type of bankruptcy case you choose to file. If You File Chapter 7 If you file chapter 7, you are unlikely to have to appear in court unless a creditor files an adversary proceeding (complaint
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How Long Will a Bankruptcy Filing Remain on My Credit Report?

Santa Barbara bankruptcy credit report
Bankruptcy &  Credit Report Questions How long will a bankruptcy filing remain on my credit report and when can I expect to receive new credit from a reputable commercial lender? A bankruptcy case filed under Chapter 7, 11 or 12 will remain on the debtor(s) credit report for 10 ye
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