Our Bankruptcy Attorneys Can Give You A New Start
Bankruptcy is a legal procedure that helps an insolvent person or business eliminate debt and repay creditors. Filing bankruptcy will immediately stop creditors from pursuing debt collection. This protection will continue at least until your debts are sorted out according to the law. Since the right to file bankruptcy is provided by federal law, all bankruptcy cases are handled in federal court.
Three common types of bankruptcy are Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13. The normally fastest and simplest method is Chapter 7 which involves liquidating assets to pay off debts. Chapter 11 is filed typically in scenarios concerning a more complicated reorganization of a company or an individual’s financial affairs. In commercial cases, a company may be able to operate while it restructures debt over a period of time. In situations where an individual is earning regular income that exceeds eligibility requirements of Chapter 7, he can file for Chapter 13 and make monthly payments to creditors while retaining his assets.
Don’t let debt control your life. Our Central Florida bankruptcy attorneys can help you decide which options are best for your individual situation.
If you are considering bankruptcy, please fill out our online Bankruptcy Questionnaire to receive a free telephone discussion with one of our experienced bankruptcy attorneys. During this free telephone discussion the attorney will go over your financial situation and your bankruptcy options
Looking to discharge credit card debt or medical bills? A Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be the answer. Learn more today
Not eligible for Chapter 7? Chapter 13 bankruptcy could be the answer! Learn about individual reorganization options
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Don’t let debt control your life. Our Central Florida bankruptcy attorneys can help you decide which options are best for your individual situation. Fill out our Bankruptcy Questionnaire today to qualify for a free telephone consultation with our attorneys.
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