Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which people who cannot pay their bills can get a fresh financial start. The right to file for bankruptcy is provided by federal law, and all bankruptcy cases are handled in federal court. In most cases, filing bankruptcy immediately stops all of your creditors from seeking to collect debts from you, at least until your debts are sorted out according to the law. Consumers usually file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy’s primary purposes are to protect you from your creditors and to provide you with relief and an opportunity to reorganize or eliminate your debts. The filing of bankruptcy generally results in the Discharge (or release from obligation) of most of your debts, so that no further legal actions can ever be taken against you for those debts. In short, bankruptcy gives you an opportunity to receive a fresh start, rebuild your credit, and improve your life.
- Immediately Stop:
- Can Wipe Out:
Past utilities bills
Credit card debts
Most car accident debts
BMV reinstatement fees
And other Miscellaneous debts and fees
- May Allow you to Keep All or Most of your Assets such as:
Various personal property
- Can Possibly:
Lower your monthly car note and/or the amount owed
Get rid of second and third mortgages
Eliminate or reduce tax debts
Reduce monthly student loan payments
Help you rebuild your credit over time
-PROVIDE YOU WITH A FINANCIAL FRESH START!!!
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