Bankruptcy Lawyers ⁄ Attorneys, Davidson County
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
If you have debts of less than $1,000,000.00 and are not eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy you may be eligible for Chapter 13. It allows you to pay part or some of your debts over a three to five year period of time. Your attorney will file a plan with the court for you to repay your creditors. An experienced consumer bankruptcy attorney will know how to assemble a bankruptcy plan which allows you to get a plan confirmed and ultimately completed.
Divorce & Bankruptcy
Davidson County Marital Debt Attorney Lynda Jones
When you have questions about whether to file a joint bankruptcy, pursue your divorce before a bankruptcy or vice versa, or the dischargeability of domestic financial obligations after a divorce, We have answers.
In Chapter 7 "liquidation" bankruptcy, all of your debt that can be legally eliminated, or "discharged," is completely wiped clean. In exchange, you have to sell all of your "non-exempt" assets and let your creditors share the proceeds. Most people who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy don't actually own any non-exempt assets, so they don't end up having to sell anything. And property exemptions can help you to keep certain assets and possessions. You have come too far to surrender your present and future to harassing creditors. You owe it to yourself and your loved ones to learn about your options in a free initial consultation.
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