Bankruptcy Lawyers

Bankruptcy What  Do  Bankruptcy Lawyers Do ? Bankruptcy Lawyers help file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy   What is bankruptcy and How will Bankruptcy Attorneys help me? Bankruptcy is a  means  by which consumers and businesses can eliminate or repay some or all of their debts under the protection of a Federal Bankruptcy Court with the help of a bankruptcy lawyer.  A Bankruptcy filing is usually one of two types either  liquidation or reorganization. A Debt Relief Attorney Network Bankruptcy Lawyer can explain this to you in detail. What is liquidation and Reorganization under bankruptcy law ? Chapter 7 bankruptcy  would  be   a liquidation .  This title comes from the fact that a bankruptcy trustee may take and sell  or liquidate  some of your property to  reconcile  some of your debt.  You may keep property that is protected  or exempt under your state law.  Chapter 13 is the most common type of reorganization bankruptcy for consumers. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can keep your property, but you  must make monthly payments over three to five years to repay all or some of your debt. A bankruptcy lawyer can help.   Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy have specific  rules  as well as exceptions to those rules .  Each state is specific as to which debts are covered, who can file, and what property you can and cannot keep depending on  where you are filing . Consult a Debt Relief Attorney Network Bankruptcy Lawyer in your state for details. What is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy   A consumer Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be filed by individuals. A businesses  files a business Chapter 7 bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy  usually lasts three to six months.   In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, some of your property may be sold to pay down your debt.This is called liquidation. In return, most or all of the debt  for which collateral has not been pledged will be erased. You get to keep any property that is classified as exempt under the specific state or federal laws available to you. Speak to a bankruptcy lawyer for specific allowances in your state   You may  learn that all of their property is exempt under a chapter 7 filing in your state. Debt Attorney Network will connect you with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in your state. What is a secured debt? When you owe money on a secured debt  you have a choice of allowing the creditor to repossess the property; continuing your payments on the property under the contract. or paying the creditor a lump sum amount equal to the current replacement value of the property. Some secured debts can be completely eliminated in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Speak to an  Attorney Network bankruptcy lawyer about your secured debt today. To find out i you are eligible for chapter 7 Bankruptcy speak to one of our bankruptcy lawyers Not everyone can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.   Chapter 7 Bankruptcy  does not eliminate all debts. Bankruptcy can eliminate credit card debt, medical bills, and unsecured loans. Bankruptcy cannot eliminate child support and spousal support obligations and most tax debts, that cannot be wiped out in bankruptcy. Speak to a Bankruptcy lawyer to find out  what Bankruptcy Can and Cannot Do.   If you are struggling with debt and want to get legal advice about bankruptcy call Debt Relief Attorney Network to  speak to a Bankruptcy Lawyer.   For more information on Chapter 7 bankruptcy,  and how toFile for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy call Debt relief Lawyer Network Today What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy   Chapter 13 bankruptcy is wage earner  bankruptcy.   In order to file for Chapter 13, you must have a reliable source of income that you can use to repay some portion of your debt.   When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must  plan  a repayment  proposal that details how you are going to pay back your debt over the next three to five years. The minimum amount you’ll have to repay depends on how much you earn, how much you owe, and how much your unsecured creditors would have received if you’d filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Speak to a Debt relief Attorney Network Chapter 13 Bankruptcy lawyer for details.   Your debts must be within limits set by the federal government. Currently, you may not have more than $1,010, 650 in secured debt and $336,900 in unsecured debt. For a better understanding of what this means speak to a bankruptcy lawyer. Debt relief Attorney Network has experience bankruptcy lawyers ready to help you.   If you have secured debts, Chapter 13 gives you an option to make up missed payments to avoid repossession or foreclosure. You can include these past due amounts in your repayment plan and make them up over time.   For more information on Chapter 13 bankruptcy, see Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Repay Your Debts, by Stephen Elias and Robin Leonard. What are the Other Types of Bankruptcy   In addition to Chapter 13 bankruptcy, there are Chapter 11 and Chapter 12. bankruptcy What is chapter 11 bankruptcy Chapter 11 is typically used by businesses to reorganize their financial affairs. It is also available to individuals. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is expensive and time-consuming. It is  used by those whose debts exceed the Chapter 13 bankruptcy limits or who own substantial nonexempt assets, real estate for example. If you are considering Chapter 11 bankruptcy, you must talk to a lawyer experienced in chapter 11 bankruptcy filings. What is chapter 12 bankruptcy Chapter 12 is almost  the same as Chapter 13 bankruptcy. But to be eligible for Chapter 12 bankruptcy, 80% of your debt must arise from the operation of a family farm. Chapter 12 bankruptcy has higher debt ceilings to accommodate the large debts that may come with operating a farm, and it offers the debtor more power to eliminate certain types of liens. Very few people use Chapter 12 bankruptcy. You should consult with a Debt Relief Attorney Network Lawyer. about a chapter 12 bankruptcy and whether or not it is appropriate for you.
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