LibertyBankrupty.com was designed to help consumers find legal information, news, and other information about bankruptcy. This site was created by the folks at Justia.com, in keeping with our mission to provide free legal information on the web. We hope that you find the site informative and easy to use.
Please read the following guide to using our site, and disclaimer of our liability:
Purpose of Site
LibertyBankruptcy.com is an informational website designed to provide you with general information about bankruptcy laws, processes, and resources. The site does not provide legal advice, and no information contained herein should be construed as legal advice. Use of this site does not create an attorney-client relationship between you, the user, and Justia, the site owner. Justia expressly disclaims all liability in respect to actions taken or not taken based on any or all the contents of this Website.
LibertyBankruptcy.com and its contents are provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.
How to use it
You should view this site as a starting point for your research about bankruptcy. Here, you can find links to government sites, videos that explain the law, and links to federal and state laws. Links to third party sites are provided as a convenience to you, and their presence herein does not imply a responsibility for the linked site or an endorsement of the linked site, its operator, or its contents.
This site can help you gain a broad understanding of bankruptcy laws, and provide some tools to conduct more detailed research. These materials will help you make more informed consumer choices, but they should not be relied upon as an complete or exhaustive source of information about this very complicated area of the law, or as a substitute for legal counsel.
Laws change frequently. This site may not be up to date, and may not reflect current legal developments, verdicts or settlements. To ensure that the laws have not changed since they were posted here, you should conduct further research, or consult with a qualified bankruptcy attorney in your area.
You May Need Legal Advice, not Just Legal Information
Legal information is not the same thing as legal advice. Legal advice can only be given by a licensed attorney familiar with the facts in your case. Bankruptcy is a complicated area of the law, and like most, best handled by an attorney who is trained in this subject. We provide links on our site to the Justia Lawyers & Legal Services Directory, and you may use that site to find a qualified lawyer near you. You may also find an appropriate attorney by contacting your local bar association.