Chapter 7 Can Eliminate Unsecured Debt
If you have a large amount of unsecured debt, like credit card balances or medical bills, Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be a good way to obtain relief from your debts. Also referred to as a straight bankruptcy, Chapter 7 involves the liquidation of your nonexempt property to repay your creditors.
There are specific requirements that need to be met in order to qualify for a Chapter 7 filing. These matters can become fairly complicated and it is important to have an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you through the process. At the Law Office of Jennifer Casey, in The Woodlands, Texas, I have helped many clients to obtain the debt relief they need through Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Getting A Fresh Start
At the end of a successful Chapter 7 bankruptcy you will receive a discharge which releases you from liability for the debts that were included in the petition. Many people wrongly assume that filing for Chapter 7 will result in the liquidation of everything they own and that they will be left with nothing. Chapter 7 allows you to keep certain assets necessary for you to live your life like a house, a car, clothing and certain household goods. This is called exempt property.
I pride myself on the personalized service I provide to each client. When you hire me, you will deal directly with me at all times. I handle every part of your case personally and you will talk to me when you call with questions.
Find Out If You Can Be Debt-Free
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