While there are a few different types of bankruptcy, the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process is typically completed quickly with the help of a Gaston County bankruptcy lawyer. In most cases, it can take between four and six months, including a credit course, filling out all of the paperwork, filing a petition, and completing all of the necessary meetings.
Most of your debt can be absolved with Chapter 7, although there may be certain debts which do not disappear. At Taylor Law, PLLC, we are very familiar with the bankruptcy process and can help guide you from start to finish.
You can rely on us to attend to your needs and address any concerns that may arise. Contact Taylor Law, PLLC at 704.912.0254 today.
We know that the upcoming legal process could be overwhelming. We tailor our services to suit your unique needs and goals. Whether you are looking for long-term financial relief or are looking to shed your debts once and for all, our firm can guide your steps from beginning to end.
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Although Chapter 7 is the most common form of bankruptcy, there are certain steps that you must take to ensure you are qualified to file. If you feel that you are in a dire financial situation, you will need to take a test to determine whether you are a good candidate.
Your income and expenses will be evaluated to determine the amount of disposable income which remains that should be used to pay your debt. If that number is low or nonexistent, you will likely qualify for a fresh start. A skilled Gaston County bankruptcy attorney can help explain the process to you.
There are certain debts which will not be discharged with Chapter 7, such as:
Are you interested in scheduling a complimentary bankruptcy consultation with our firm? We are committed to advocating for your rights and ensuring you get through the process smoothly. Our firm truly cares about making this experience positive and as painless as possible.
Call Taylor Law, PLLC at 704.912.0254 if you would like to make an appointment.