EFFECTIVE January 1, 2021: We no longer accept Bankruptcy Representation. Please call the Lawyer Referral services in your County Bar Association and ask for a bankruptcy attorney.
ELIMINATE YOUR BAD DEBT - Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the most common form of bankruptcy and was designed to provide people with a way out from the burden of debt they can longer pay. It is generally the quickest form of bankruptcy & allows indivduals to eliminate debt. It is the chapter of the Bankruptcy Code that provides for "liquidation," ( i.e., the sale of a debtor's nonexempt property and the distribution of the proceeds to creditors), if any!
NOTE: We use the latest in technology to file your case electronically (ECF) with the Bankruptcy Court. We also gather all your creditors' information electronically via the three (3) Nationwide consumer reporting companies. Furthermore, we electronically gather your last three (3) income tax return via a Verification Bureau, after getting your consent.
CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY ELIMINATES MOST:
- Credit Cards, Medical Bills
- Personal Loans. Utility Bills
- Repossessions, Payday Loans
- Judgements & Law Suits, * Wage Garnishments
KEEP ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS - Generally, people DON'T "LOSE" any of their assets in Chapter 7 bankruptcy because federal exemptions allow you to retain your property. You can obtain a "Discharge" of your debts between 4 to 6 months while getting "instant" relief from creditor harassment, bill collectors and collection agencies. Our legal office uses Electronic Case Filing (ECF) in Federal Courts for an immediate STAY (Stop) on debt collectors!
ALTERNATIVES TO CHAPTER 7 relief - Debtors who are engaged in business, including corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships, may prefer to remain in business and avoid liquidation. Such debtors may consider filing a petition under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. Under chapter 11, the debtor can ask for an adjustment of debts, either by reducing the debt or by extending the time for repayment, or may seek a more comprehensive reorganization. Sole proprietorships may also be eligible for relief under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Individual debtors who have regular income may seek an adjustment of debts under chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. A particular advantage of chapter 13 is that it provides individual debtors with an opportunity to save their homes from foreclosure by allowing them to "catch up" past due payments through a payment plan. The court may dismiss a chapter 7 case filed by an individual whose debts are primarily consumer rather than business debts if the court finds that the granting of relief would be an abuse of chapter 7. 11 U.S.C. § 707(b).