It is difficult enough to make the decision to move forward with bankruptcy. It might not be the most palatable of financial circumstances, but it is supposed to leave you better off than you were. What happens if you decide to file for bankruptcy, yet you get denied? That would definitely not be good because all the sudden you are back to square one. How can you make sure you don’t get denied?
Most of what you can get denied for deals with lying to or defrauding the courts. You also need to understand a few other things. First, all court orders given to you must absolutely be followed. You want that bankruptcy discharged, so you don’t want to ignore any court orders. There is a course you’re going to have to take dealing with personal finances. If you have a loss of assets at any point, this needs to be explained. You do not want your bankruptcy to run into any hitches. Follow all directions, and always stay in good communication with your bankruptcy attorney. If you handle things the way they are supposed to be handled, then you shouldn’t have to worry about your bankruptcy being discharged.