How It Works? First thing’s first: fill out our free evaluation form above to connect with one of our bankruptcy specialists who will help you determine if you are eligible to file. This evaluation is completely FREE. If you are eligible, our attorneys will help explain your options in detail and assist you with filing.
We can help you eliminate…
- Credit Card debt
- Hospital Bills
- Foreclosure Threats
- Wage Garnishment
- Creditor Calls
- Other Outstanding Bills
- Collection Agency Efforts
- IRS Tax Debt
We can help you keep…
- Your House and Property
- Assets like your Car
- Furniture (Fixed Assets)
- Equipment for Work
- Retirement Accounts
- Social Security Benefits
- Disability Benefits
The legal process overseen by federal courts, bankruptcy is a system designed to help individuals and businesses discharge debt accumulated. This process can be used to eliminate all or part of said debt or to repay a smaller portion of what they owe.
Filing for Bankruptcy can help you find relief, but it is important to be aware that declaring bankruptcy can have many risks including and not subject to long term effects on your credit.
Our staff and attorneys are passionate about helping people. For this reason, we have a unique approach to providing access to justice and help for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy clients. We work with one client at a time, collect the necessary information, and formulate a plan that is unique to our clients needs.
Our attorneys will explain all your options to you and help you decide the best route to take.
Going through bankruptcy alone can be an incredibly difficult process but working with an attorney or advocate can help ensure your bankruptcy goes as smoothly as possible. This is why we are here for you every step of the way! With the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney or advocate, we can make sure your bankruptcy complies with all applicable rules and regulations set in place by the government.
To qualify for bankruptcy, you will need to demonstrate the need to file for bankruptcy. To do this, you will need to prove that you cannot repay your debts and complete credit counseling with an approved credit counselor from the government.
Upon filing for bankruptcy, you will need to decide what “Chapter” you qualify for, Chapter 7 or 13. Both chapter help eliminate unsecured debt, halt foreclosures, repossessions, stop wage-garnishments, utility shut-offs, and other debt collection actions. Also, with both types, you will be expected to pay your court and attorney/advocate fees. Lastly, both types relieve debt in much different ways
No. In fact, filing for bankruptcy is not equivalent to losing your assets. Filing for bankruptcy is seen as a fresh financial start for many individuals. Because of that, the state and federal Governments provide several exemptions to help protect your property and assets from foreclosure.
These exemptions are determined with a fixed monetary limit and vary between states to state. You can use these exemptions to protect your car, home, disability benefits, tools, luxury assets wages, retirement accounts, etc. If this sounds overwhelming, don’t worry, our attorneys will help clarify all these concepts for you!