At Taylor Law, PLLC, we help clients who are suffering from debt have an opportunity for a second chance. While there are a number of ways to do this, we may recommend the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process in some circumstances.
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Our Gaston County bankruptcy attorneys are highly skilled in this field of law and can help you to be relieved of your debt while protecting your assets. Chapter 13 does not eliminate all debt, but instead determines what amount of your debts you can afford to repay. You will then be given a chance to modify and consolidate your existing debts based on your income, expenses, and disposable income.
You may be able to eliminate unsecured debts such as:
With the help of a Gaston County bankruptcy attorney, you can put together a thorough filing for Chapter 13 that will give you a fresh financial start. Our firm can take care of all the communication between the bankruptcy court and your creditors so that you can focus on reorganization of your budget. One benefit of Chapter 13 that other forms of bankruptcy may not offer is that you can protect your home, vehicle, and other assets.
We take the time to examine all of your documents to get a good idea of your whole financial picture before making any decisions about which type of bankruptcy is right for you. Once we have determined that Chapter 13 is right for you, we will explain the entire process and what you can expect.