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Liquidation bankruptcy can get rid of your medical bills, credit card bills, and various other types of personal debt. However, you will have to sell off the majority of your assets.
The “wage earner’s bankruptcy” (Chapter 13) enables you to consolidate your overdue debt, and then make convenient payments on it for 36 to 60 months.
If you’re tired of living on the edge of repossession or foreclosure, call the helpful team of financial experts at Kostopoulos Bankruptcy today.
In most cases, you’re still able to modify your mortgage loan even after filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy. This can benefit you with a lower interest rate and an extension of the repayment period.
If your wages have been garnished to repay overdue debt, call our compassionate experts to discuss your options for bankruptcy or other ways to rebuild your finances.
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Yes, it will. Chapter 7 typically remains on your credit report for as long as a decade, while chapter 13 typically falls off of your credit report within seven years.
Yes, you can file, but whether you’re eligible for chapter 13 or Chapter 7 will depend on your expenses and income.
Yes, that’s one of the various benefits associated. When you file for bankruptcy, creditors are prohibited from calling you, emailing you, or sending you postal mail.
Unsecured debts like medical bills, personal loans, and credit card bills are typically discharged, meaning you don’t have to pay them. Some debts, like student loans and child support, will not be discharged.
Your non-exempt assets will be liquidated, and the proceeds will be applied to your debts. You may be able to keep your car, home, and personal belongings.
Depending on their values, you might be able to retain possession of your automobile and home, but you’ll have to continue making any due payments.
Some of the benefits include stopping foreclosure proceedings, protecting your assets, reducing your debt, stopping creditor harassment, and improving your credit in the future.
You can keep all of your assets and possessions, but you’ll have to make payments on them over a period of up to 60 months. The payments will be determined by your income, expenses, and asset values.
With chapter 13, you submit a repayment structure plan to the court, and if approved, you’ll make budget-friendly payments over three to five years.