Bankruptcy eases the heavy burden of debt and allows you to regain your future by freeing you of debt. Are you currently:
Behind on mortgage payment and facing foreclosure?
Unable to make your credit card payments?
Behind on your car payment and facing repossession?
Having your wages garnished?
Falling behind on payday loans?
Buried in uncovered medical expenses?
Struggling because of job loss, underemployment, divorce or illness?
Being sued by a creditor?
Anxious, depressed and overwhelmed with your financial situation?
Filing bankruptcy can help a person by discarding debt or planning to repay debts. A bankruptcy case normally begins when the debtor files a petition with the bankruptcy court. A petition may be filed by an individual, by spouses together, or by a corporation or other entity.
All bankruptcy cases are handled in federal courts under rules outlined in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Nater Law Firm work 2 different types of bankruptcies, which are usually referred to by their chapter in the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Nater Law Firm knows that while every bankruptcy proceeding is unique, most people feel intimidated when filing. The paperwork involved in bankruptcy cases can be quite confusing, and, often, your creditors will have teams of lawyers behind them. Nater Law Firm’s objective is to make the bankruptcy process as simple and painless as possible by:
- Helping you understand eligibility requirements and the different types of bankruptcy
- Filing your petition with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court
- Negotiating with your creditors at your 341 Meeting
- Having an attorney represent you and speak on your behalf in bankruptcy court
- Helping you regain control of your finances and get a fresh start
When you’re having financial problems, time is of the utmost importance. Acting quickly and hiring an attorney when you miss credit card payments or when your business starts failing is the first step in gaining control over your finances. Contact Nater Law Firm today to discuss your financial situation and see whether bankruptcy is right for you.
If you answered yes, call now to learn more about Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is written into the U.S. Constitution to allow debtors/clients to discharge most debts. Some debts that can be discharged are medical bills, credit cards, foreclosure, repossession, and/or wage garnishment. Some debts that cannot be discharged include tax obligations, child support, and alimony.