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Also known as “liquidation” bankruptcy, Chapter 7 allows you to make a faster exit in as little as a few months. Most of your assets are liquidated to settle part of your debts in exchange for full discharge. There are also “no asset” Chapter 7 filings if your assets are limited.

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