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We can evaluate your current situation, suggest appropriate options and help you determine whether personal bankruptcy is the right solution for you.
We understand the significance of your house to you and your loved ones. Our law office has successfully assisted many clients attaining financial relief and stopping foreclosure. If you’re searching for a knowledgeable attorney who will offer truthful guidance on your selections, you have come to the right place, call us today to set up a complimentary case evaluation.
There are two forms of bankruptcy: liquidation and reorganization.
> Liquidation of debts, for any individual or entity, is governed by Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code. For an individual, the result is a discharge of debts; for any other entity, the result is a dissolution and termination of the entity.
> Chapter 13 is the reorganization provision for individuals.
There is no replacement for experienced, seasoned legal guidance when filing bankruptcy. Attempting to file bankruptcy without counsel can end up costing you more money and requiring you to hire an attorney to help you out of continued financial problems.
It is important to be fully prepared for your bankruptcy before you file. Gathering income statements, copies of credit card statements, other bills and important financial documents right away will help save you time in the future. When you work with us, we make the process as simple and straightforward as it can possibly be. We will have a conversation about your situation and explore the options open to you. If you decide to file for bankruptcy, we will tell you exactly what documents you will need to collect, fill out the forms for you and file your paperwork.
Let our bankruptcy lawyers put an end to foreclose and collection efforts! Upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition, debt collectors are forced to stop calling you for unpaid bills, wage garnishment ceases, lawsuits and foreclosures are stayed and further attempts to collect debt outside the bankruptcy system require bankruptcy court permission.