Insurmountable debt can be overwhelming and cause you unnecessary stress. Looking into the option of bankruptcy can often feel like a daunting task, but our goal is to make the process as simple as possible for you.
With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy you could:
• Stop garnishments
• Stop annoying phone calls by creditors
• Clear out all your medical debt
• Wipe out credit card debt
• Wipe out old IRS debt
With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy you could:
• Get your driver’s license back
• Stop foreclosure
• Pay back student loans with little to no interest
• Pay off your debt in affordable payments based on your income
On this site, you will find information on how to file bankruptcy on your own, along with the necessary forms and tips from bankruptcy attorneys explaining bankruptcy law to you with the fancy legalize.
If after looking through the site, you still don’t have all the answers, you can come sit down with one of our bankruptcy attorneys to see how we can help answer your specific questions.
The following is a list of things you want to be able to answer simple questions about. Don’t worry if you don’t have all of the information right now
1. Know approximately how much you make each month and be able to identify the source of income. If you operate a business, be able to answer questions about its value, assets, and expenses.
2. Know what you own and have in your name. This includes real estate, cars, timeshares, boats, etc.
3. Know what type of debt you have and have a rough idea of how much you owe. Is it credit card, line of credit, medical, pay day loans, IRS, student loan, child support, government debt such as overpayment of social security or traffic fines?
4. Bring in any questions or concerns you have about the process.
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