During these unusual times, a different action may be required to help your family weather financial challenges and ease monetary burdens. Whether you are facing an unexpected job loss, unexpected medical illness that resulted in extraordinary medical debt, foreclosure, wage garnishment, judgment or liens on your personal property, a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan might give you the peace of mind to handle the most difficult financial matters. The attorney’s at Burney Law can help you to evaluate whether you are eligible for bankruptcy and whether it’s the right option for you.
If you decide to proceed with bankruptcy, your options may include a Chapter 7 liquidation or Chapter 13 payment plan. The process for each type varies and comes with many complex requirements. A small misstep before or after you file could invalidate your bankruptcy. Our attorney’s will help you to prepare your finances before you file as well as to complete the legal paperwork and process. Once the bankruptcy plan is completed, we’ll also help you with any creditors who unlawfully continue to try to collect on a discharged debt.