Bankruptcy Law

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Have you had a significant financial set back such as a catastrophic illness or loss of a job that has put you behind in your bills?

What are your options to rebuild your credit and stop legal action against you?

Although the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) made major changes to the bankruptcy code, there are still valid protections under the new bankruptcy code that can afford clients protection in Bankruptcy. Your income must meet certain maximum requirements.

To see whether you qualify, click here.

Frequently Experienced Scenarios

  • John Doe has large credit card debt. He hopes to retire in 5 to 10 years but he can’t afford to retire and still pay his credit cards. What are his options?
  • Jane Doe has been out of work for six months. She has recently found work but is five months behind on her mortgage payment. The mortgage company has started foreclosure proceedings. What are Jane’s options?
  • I have significant credit card debt and can’t make the payments. One of the creditors is suing me. What do I do?