Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is especially helpful for people who have high unsecured debts like medical bills, credit card debt and unsecured personal loans.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13, homeowners who face foreclosure proceedings can halt the legal actions by choosing this bankruptcy filing option.
Stop blaming yourself for your situation and take control of it.
If you have too much debt or feel like you are way in over your head with bills, filing bankruptcy may stop foreclosures, creditor harassment, repossessions, and garnishments.
Filing bankruptcy initiates a court ordered “automatic stay,” which stops your creditors from trying to collect what you owe them. It also prevents them from contacting you at all. When you file, creditors cannot temporarily legally garnish your wages, empty your bank account, seize your car, home, or other property.
Law Offices of Cheryl K. Copperstone, P.C. can help you understand how to file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to help you solve insolvency issues and mortgage problems.
For your free consultation with an attorney, call us at (520) 628-8888.