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Our bankruptcy lawyers can answer questions you have about filing the bankruptcy petition for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, and if you have to repay certain financial obligations such as taxes or student loans. While many people believe statements about U.S. Bankruptcy Code laws overheard from friends and over the Internet, only a bankruptcy attorney can truly give information regarding consumer bankruptcy rights. Regardless of what you may have heard about the new U.S. Bankruptcy laws, most people still qualify for a bankruptcy. While the bankruptcy laws have changed the status of who is eligible for debt reorganization or bankruptcy, our focus in bankruptcy allows us to routinely help clients who are facing serious money problems by filing for consumer or business bankruptcy.

A note about business bankruptcy or Chapter 11
Chapter 11 bankruptcy can be complex, especially when assets and liabilities are co-mingled. Many people confuse the requirements and function of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and believe that if they own a business they MUST file a Chapter 11. This is incorrect. Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 can be a very effective way of eliminating debt even with a business. Our attorneys are experienced filers of business bankruptcy cases and can assist you with the discharge of unsecured debts, even if the business is tied to your personal assets or your home. Consult our attorneys today!


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