ORLANDO CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY

Orlando Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the only legal method for discharging unmanageable and out of control debt. Filing Chapter 7 provides you with a fresh start so that you can begin to immediately rebuild your finances and your credit score. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is an ideal solution for recovering from a financial hardship brought on by job and income interruption, divorce, uninsured medical expenses, or excessive credit card debt. If you have questions contact our Orlando chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney today for a free consultation.

It is specially designed to help consumers eliminate unsecured debts such as signature loans, credit card accounts, medical debts, or other debts that are not secured by assets (such as a house or a car).   For Orlando residents who have lost their home in foreclosure, it is the only legal method of eliminating a deficiency judgment, that may be entered against them  after their house is sold in foreclosure for less than the loan amount.

Most people file decide to seek a discharge of their debts under Chapter 7 because they realize that it is unlikely that they will be able to pay off their debts within a reasonable period of time, if at all, based on their level of income. The fresh start provided by the bankruptcy enables them to keep the earnings from their hard work and begin rebuilding their wealth for a better financial future.

After a chapter 7 discharge, the debts are eliminated permanently.  After the bankruptcy court grants you a discharge, your creditors are barred from ever collecting the debt.

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Some debts that cannot be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy:

  • Most Taxes
  • Child Support
  • Alimony
  • Student Loans
  • Personal Injury Lawsuit Judgments Caused by Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol
  • Debts or Liabilities Arising out of Fraud or Intentional Wrongdoing

The filing of a bankruptcy petition puts an immediate stop to any action by a creditor against you, including foreclosure, repossession, wage garnishment, and harassing phone calls and letters. This is known as the automatic stay.

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You deserve to have a healthy and prosperous financial life.  Get your financial life back on track with the fresh start a successful bankruptcy can provide. CONTACT US to take the first step today.

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