How do I file for personal bankruptcy in MD?
3 Answers from Attorneys
Retain a bankruptcy attorney. I would under no circumstances suggest that you even think about doing it on your own. The risks are too great.
I would recommend contacting a bankruptcy attorney in your area to assist you. I practice bankruptcy law in Maryland and would be happy to help. As an alternative, you can access forms and instructions on the Maryland bankruptcy court's website and file a case on your own behalf.
Please read the articles on my web site to learn more about the bankruptcy process.
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