Debt Relief Options
There are many options available to one who is seeking debt relief. It is very important to have all of the information to hand and discuss your various options with a bankruptcy attorney. They can review your situation and advise you of your best course of action. Whether or not bankruptcy is right for you, a skilled attorney will be able to help you make the right selection and handle your debt problems so that you can move on with your life. Bizar & Doyle have helped countless individuals and families resolve even the most serious financial problems through the use of the federal bankruptcy laws.
Consider your Debt Relief Options
Our firm can use tools to help relieve you of debt now, even without resorting to bankruptcy. While bankruptcy may still be the solution to your debt problems, other options are available to you. Credit card or personal loan debt can be addressed by a lawyer from our firm if you are having difficulty meeting monthly payments. An attorney can help you by fighting for lower payments and interest with your creditors. Once we are working on your case, creditors are no longer allowed to contact you by law. We may be able to markedly reduce your interest rate or settle the debt for only part of what is originally owed. This is also true for auto loans.
If bankruptcy is the most viable option for you, you will need to discuss with a bankruptcy attorney which chapter is right for you. Chapter 7 is suited to those who have few assets and no present source of regular income. Your assets will be liquidated and used to pay off creditors. The end result will be fully discharged debts.
Chapter 13 is works better for those who have a steady income and are able to make some payments towards their debts. A payment plan may be required, and during this time some of the debt may be discharged or lowered. The best way to make a decision about what option is right for you, is to consult with a bankruptcy attorney from our firm; we may be able to help you get started on the road to financial recovery today.
Contact a Bankruptcy Attorney who can assist you with debt relief options.