Bankruptcy attorneys often refer to a Chapter 13 petition as a wage earner’s plan. You should ideally opt for a Chapter 13 filing if you have a regular source of income. A Chapter 13 filing is also more beneficial if you are facing foreclosure and you want to save your home. Consult with a St. Petersburg bankruptcy lawyer to know if you can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection.
If you are drowning in debt, then bankruptcy may be the only way out. Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a debtor initiates by filing a petition in the bankruptcy court. Bankruptcy is also an option if you are facing foreclosure. A St. Petersburg bankruptcy attorney can help you file for bankruptcy protection if you are located in Tampa Bay or surrounding areas of Pinellas County.
Filing of the bankruptcy petition brings into effect an automatic stay against your creditors from trying to collect the debt from you. The stay remains in effective till your case is over – either you are discharged or your discharged is denied or you withdraw your case. Sometimes, the bankruptcy court may on request of a creditor release the stay. In Chapter 7, the stay generally continues till discharge while in Chapter 13 the stay generally continues till completion of the payment plan. If you are located in Pinellas County or Tampa Bay, a Tampa bankruptcy lawyer can help you file for bankruptcy. Continue reading
I read an article that said 78 percent of NFL players are broke within two years of retirement. That’s staggering. Unfortunately, being broke is a common occurrence in today’s economy. Many in Tampa Bay are struggling.
Sometimes people just can’t make it work anymore. That’s why our laws allow for bankruptcy. Whether you’re a former NFL player or a small mom-and-pop shop, bankruptcy is a process for either erasing or restructuring your debt. Bankruptcy can give you a fresh start. Continue reading
Bankruptcy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bankruptcy) is a legal process whereby individual consumers and businesses can eliminate or repay some or all of their debts. If creditors are hounding you or you face repossession or foreclosure, filing for debt relief may be the right path to take. It is a complex process, however, and there are many issues to consider. Here, we will look at one of the most common areas people have questions about: how utilities and utility bills are affected by bankruptcy.
You are deep in debt or facing inevitable foreclosure, you will need the services of bankruptcy attorneys. A Tampa bankruptcy attorney can help you with bankruptcy filing if you are located in Pinellas County or Tampa Bay. Florida bankruptcy is complex. For the best advice on Florida bankruptcy, don’t go to one of the many lawyers in Florida. You need the services of an experienced Tampa bankruptcy attorney. The attorney will file your petition in a bankruptcy court.
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