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The Bankruptcy Service Case Study Example: A Look At Possessions During A Bankruptcy

The following bankruptcy case study is a fictitious example, designed to help you understand working situations where bankruptcy is and isn't appropriate.


A look at one person's anxiety at losing an important personal item


If I declare bankruptcy, will I lose my laptop?


You shouldn’t do, no. Personal possessions are generally exempt from bankruptcy. If your laptop is used in a work capacity, you will be afforded even greater security. It's not something you should worry about.



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