Can the decision of the bankruptcy court be appealed?

Yes. It is rare for a bankruptcy filing to be denied, but when a bankruptcy case is dismissed the decision can be appealed and often overturned. If an appeal is attempted, the facts of the bankruptcy application need to be reexamined and in most cases an appeal is made successful by through the help of an experience bankruptcy attorney.

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