Bankruptcy

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Answers to Common Bankruptcy Questions

A decision to file for bankruptcy should be made only after determining that bankruptcy is the best way to deal with your financial problems. This brochure can not explain every aspect of the bankruptcy process. If you still have questions after reading it, you should speak with an attorney familiar with bankruptcy. Changes to the bankruptcy laws have made the process more complicated. But the basic right to file bankruptcy and most of the benefits of bankruptcy remain the same for most individuals.

Get Credit Counseling

ACCC offers free credit consulting services, and provides accredited credit counseling and debt advice free of charge.

Hawaii Bankruptcy Court Information

Find bankruptcy forms, local rules and district guidelines, opinions, and reference materials.

Hawaii Bankruptcy Law

Find information about filing bankruptcy in Hawaii including the process, Hawaii exemptions, US bankruptcy courts in Hawaii, Hawaii Debt Consolidation, Credit Counseling, and more.

How to Use Credit Wisely After Bankruptcy

Get tips on how to handle your credit wisely after bankruptcy.

What to Consider Before Filing for Bankruptcy

If you’re having trouble paying your bills, consider these possibilities before considering filing for bankruptcy.

What to Know About Filing for Bankruptcy

Helpful tips to know before filing for bankruptcy.

Your Legal Rights During and After Bankruptcy

Tips on how to make the most of your bankruptcy discharge.

Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information

This section of the FTC website offers practical information on a variety of consumer topics that can help you exercise your consumer rights and avoid rip-offs.

Your Legal Rights During and After Bankruptcy

Tips on how to make the most of your bankruptcy discharge.

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