Chapter 7

By: Hicks & Alhejaj, P.C.  03/14/2016
Keywords: Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Attorneys, Debt Relief

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is often the most agreeable to the consumer because it lifts the burden of the most common forms of debt completely from your shoulders. Chapter 7 typically deals with debt from credit cards, medical bills, taxes and judgments. From the minute we file, all creditor harassment stops. Filing for bankruptcy can stop foreclosure, wage garnishment and repossession. If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there is a high likelihood that you will be able to keep your house, your car, your furniture and other personal property. Our attorneys will work with you to find a solution that fits your needs and puts you in the strongest financial position possible going forward. If you do not qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, or we believe that it is not the best choice for you, you may still be able to file for debt relief through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. Pollak, Hicks & Alhejaj will work to evaluate your situation quickly and efficiently so that we can determine your best option in a timely fashion.

Keywords: Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy Attorneys, Bankruptcy Law Firm, Debt Relief, File Bankruptcy, Personal Bankruptcy

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