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Filing for bankruptcy can seem overwhelming and scary. You may need to ask some questions regarding your options and rights before you decide to file for bankruptcy. At the Law Offices of James Flexer, you can meet with an experienced bankruptcy attorney to get all of your bankruptcy questions answered before you file. Your initial consultation with our firm is free and can help you determine if filing for bankruptcy is the right thing to do for your situation.
Understand the Types of Bankruptcy
The two Chapters of consumer bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as “liquidation,” and allows consumers to get a “fresh start” by wiping out many unsecured debts. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help restructure your debt into payments that work for your budget and often allows you to keep your home, vehicle, and other possessions, even if you’re facing the threat of a foreclosure or repossession.
If you’re unsure which Chapter is the right option for you, call and schedule a free consultation today with one of our knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys. The attorney you work with will have the knowledge and experience to explain the benefits and potential disadvantages of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy based on your unique situation.
Nashville Bankruptcy Law: What Happens After Filing Bankruptcy?
Many clients are concerned about what happens after filing for bankruptcy. Our attorneys and staff work diligently to ensure that your bankruptcy is a smooth process. We appear at your Meeting of Creditors and Bankruptcy Court dates with you and help you deal with your creditors. We protect your rights every step of the way.
Avoid Common Mistakes Before Filing Bankruptcy
Can I keep my taxes when I file bankruptcy? If I filed for bankruptcy before, can I file again? Will I get to keep my personal belongings when I file bankruptcy? The answer is likely YES - you just have to know how to navigate the bankruptcy code to protect your rights. Click here to download our FREE REPORT to find out how to avoid 6 common mistakes that people make before filing bankruptcy.