Bankruptcy – Chapter 7
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How do Chapter 7 Bankruptcy proceedings work?
Many bankruptcies in the United States and Florida are brought under Chapter 7. Unlike Chapter 13 bankruptcies, a Chapter 7 does not involve any type of repayment plan. A Chapter 7 does not involve a reorganization or continuation of a business. The majority of Chapter 7 fillings are completed with-in 3 months of the filling date. If you have a minimal amount of disposable income after paying your monthly expenses, there is a good chance you are eligible to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
What should you ask a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorney?
Some of the first questions for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer is what assets they can be protected, and which types of debt can be forgiven. In general, credit card, medical bills, certain loans, and foreclosures of homes can be forgiven. Some debts are not forgiven, including student loans, and alimony and child support obligations. Court penalties and fines are also excluded. There are also certain exemptions and methods to protect a family home or vehicle. Although you may be required to agree to any existing financing terms, such as a car loan. Or in the case of a home, you will need to be current on your mortgage or enter into a modified agreement with your mortgage provider.
Why should you consult with Christopher Alan Doty, a dedicated Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorney?
I pride myself in looking after the needs of ordinary people in Central Florida who work hard and deserve a second chance and fresh start. Hiring a professional and well-prepared lawyer is a crucial decision on the outcome of your future. I have studied Bankruptcy law extensively and have exceeded my client’s expectations on all levels. I offer personalized service and have made it my mission to “FIGHT 4 FAMILIES” throughout Ocala and surrounding areas. As a former United States Marine, it is my honor to continue to serve and protect your rights. I look forward to meeting with you and discussing your case. Sincerely, Christopher Alan Doty, Esq.