Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 requires the debtor to pay back secured loans and a percentage of unsecured debt.  A payment plan is proposed to the court where you will have three to five years to pay off the debts.  Chapter 13 is similar to a debt consolidation plan, except with the protection of law. Typically, there are no attorney fees or court fees that must be paid prior to filing.   Chapter 13 may allow you to:

  • Stop upcoming home foreclosure
  • Lower your car payment and interest rate
  • Adjust your creditor relationship
  • Pay a percentage of your income to the trustee to pay debts and fees
  • Stop Garnishments and Protect Co-Signors
  • Be protected by the court while under your payment plan

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If you are facing difficult financial obligations such as medical debt, credit card debt, foreclosure, or repossession contact us today. You don't have to be in financial ruin. The law allows financial assistance or even a fresh start.

Roughly 1 in 10 adults will file a bankruptcy sometime in their lifetime. The process doesn't have to be difficult and we can help.

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