Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the simplest form of bankruptcy protection. After certain exemptions, any remaining assets can be liquidated (sold) and the proceeds used to pay as much of your debt as possible. Most, if not all, of your remaining debt will be discharged by the bankruptcy court.
In order to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must first meet certain requirements. You must qualify based on your income, provide certain documentation, and complete a credit counseling course.
Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy will discharge unsecured debt such as credit card bills, hospital bills, and loans that are not secured by property. There are some types of debt that can’t be discharged such as past-due child support, student loans and certain taxes. So be sure to get an attorney’s advice before you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
At Conley Law Practice, LLC, we offer a free initial attorney consultation to determine if you qualify. If you are facing debt problems, you have nothing to lose by seeking the advice of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney. Call 610-524-3200 or send us an email to arrange a free initial consultation with our office.
Questions To Ask
How is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy different from other forms of bankruptcy?
Will I be able to retain any of my property following a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
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