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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is the most common approach for those whose problems primarily stem from credit card balances, medical bills and other unsecured debts. The relief it provides is prompt and dependable, but filers must meet income guidelines and other requirements to be eligible.
- In contrast, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing can provide relief if a Chapter 7 is not a good option and you have significant debt problems. It can be the best way to stop home foreclosure or deal with other debts such as tax debts. Since a Chapter 13 filer enters a plan and must make monthly payments to a trustee for a three- to five-year period, practical, experienced and realistic legal counsel is a must for anyone considering Chapter 13.
Bankruptcy and Life Afterward – Contact Us for Straight Answers
Please do not wait and worry about the next action a creditor may take — or lose another night’s sleep running numbers that do not add up. If you are considering tapping into your 401(k) or borrowing from relatives, talk to us first. All too often, clients give up assets they could have protected by getting qualified legal advice sooner.
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Our experienced bankruptcy attorneys know that financial hardship can be an unavoidable outcome of job loss, divorce, a health crisis or a business slowdown. In some cases, simply trying to keep up with basic expenses can lead to overwhelming debt. At Bosshard | Parke Ltd. in La Crosse, Wisconsin, we strive to relieve our clients’ burdens and restore hope and stability for the future.
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We will help you weigh Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 bankruptcy options or find a nonbankruptcy alternative best for you. To request a consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer who is proven and respected in the courts, call 608-433-9534 or email our firm anytime.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.