If you’re facing significant debts and you’re continuing to struggle to make ends meet, bankruptcy could be a way that you’ll be able to manage your finances in the future. Partial discharge of your debts or complete discharge of your debts under Chapter 7, maybe an excellent way that you can protect your interests for the future. Working with a competent attorney will make sure that you can break down the entire process of bankruptcy and have an advocate on your side throughout the process of negotiations. Our team offers personal service and attention to each client as well as a high level of responsiveness across our legal team. From the moment you come in for a free consultation, we will determine if bankruptcy is a good option for you and the benefits that bankruptcy could offer for your case.
Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the perfect option. If you do not qualify for Chapter 7. Our team can review your income potential and your obligations for debt to determine if a chapter 13 filing would be advantageous for you. Immediately under a Chapter 13 filing, You will be able to receive an automatic stay on your account. When we represent you under Chapter 13 filing we will be able to handle the process of your bankruptcy reorganization. Will review any of the proposed repayment agreements that you receive from your creditors and act as your advocate to help you get the best deal in preserving the maximum amount of your property. We want to make sure that you can successfully repay your debts and achieve maximum protection under bankruptcy laws.
Under the Chapter 13 repayment plan you can negotiate to pay down a portion of your debt while having the rest forgiven. By maintaining your repayment plan you’ll be able to have your debt forgiven and a method for overcoming your debt cycle.
Contact us today to learn more about Chapter 13 bankruptcy and how you can meet your obligations for bankruptcy. Our team is available for free consultations today.
This post was written by Trey Wright, one of the best bankruptcy Tallahassee attorneys! Trey is one of the founding partners of Bruner Wright, P.A. Attorneys at Law, which specializes in areas related to bankruptcy law, estate planning, and business litigation.
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