If you have business bankruptcy questions, these questions are best answered by bankruptcy lawyers or other professionals that are qualified to give professional advice regarding bankruptcy and how to deal with bankruptcy. If you go to any other source, you are probably not getting the best advice possible. In many cases, you may be getting inferior advice that is based on mere speculation. Be careful when looking for advice on the internet. Be sure to look closely at the person’s credentials, and check to see if you can verify those credentials objectively through an outside source. If something seems to good to be true, it probably is, and you should probably not use their advice or seek out their advice. In addition, you should know that you will have to pay for the best advice, so be prepared to pay at least a little for good advice. Above all, use caution when seeking out advice on how to act following bankruptcy.