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How Does This Work?

The first step to getting out of debt is a free consultation call. Our bankruptcy attorneys will work with you to find a solution that’s just right for you. Creditors and debt collectors can make your life miserable. We understand that no situation is the same and that's why we have no intention of putting any more burden on your economic situation. Upon submitting your case information, our phone concierge will call you to confirm the details. Afterwards we connect you directly with a bankruptcy attorney in your area. This FREE case evaluation call is 100% confidential and comes with no obligations. Simply answer the questions above to get started and see what options may be available to you!

Will Declaring Bankruptcy Save My House From Foreclosure?

Once a bankruptcy case is filed an automatic stay takes an immediate effect. This serves as a temporary injunction stopping all collectors from taking action against you, including foreclosures, repossessions, court actions, and other collection attempts. This injunction can become permanent, providing freedom to you from these debtors, but all cases are different and its best to discuss with an attorney.

What Kind of Assistance Can I Receive?

Depending on the circumstances of your situation, your lawyer can tell you more about the help to which you may be entitled. These might include: loan forgivness, debt consolidation, chapter 11 bankruptcy, or chapter 13 bankruptcy.

What is The Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13?

Declaring bankruptcy isn’t the boogeyman it’s often perceived to be. Instead, for many it can be a very good option. Chapter 7, which allows individuals to start over in exchange for forfeiture of their assets and a diminished credit score. Chapter 13 is for debtors who don’t qualify for Chapter 7, but need debt relief, for instance, to lower credit card payments, stop litigation, or prevent a wage garnishment.

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