What if I am unemployed, can I still file a bankruptcy? 

Yes. This is one of the many reasons why people file for bankruptcy. However, even if you are unemployed, your income for the prior 6 months to filing or your household income may still create a Means Test issue. Also, your assets may create another bankruptcy issue even if unemployed. Each proposed filing must be reviewed on a case by case basis. For further clarification about filling for bankruptcy while unemployed, please feel free to contact us and one of our bankruptcy lawyers in Miami will be happy to help you.

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