Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Get Help Today
Find out how filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may give you a fresh start!
What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
Chapter 7 is a legal process that is designed to help men and women like you eliminate unsecured debs quickly, including:
- Credit Cards
- Medical Bills
- Department Store Cards
- Payday Loans
- Some Personal Loans
- Utility Bills
- Parking Bills and more
Each and every month, thousands of people in the US file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Many filers are able to eliminate debt without losing any of their personal property.
What could filing bankruptcy under Chapter 7 do for you? Find out today. Talk to a bankruptcy lawyer and find out your legal options.
Can Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Help You?
Connect with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer near you who can explain how this protection plan may be applied to your situation.
It's simple. Fill out our free bankruptcy case evaluation form or call (888) 632-0501, and we will connect you with one of our sponsoring attorneys within minutes.
Do you want to have a chance at returning to the period in your life when you were free from debt and creditor harassment? Don't wait. Act now.
How Do I Know if Chapter 7 is Right For Me?
Every situation is unique. In general, Chapter 7 may be worth considering if you are:
- Having difficulty paying bills.
- Struggling to make ends meet.
- Being sued or facing wage garnishment.
- Behind on credit card bills.
- Unable to pay medical bills.
- Receiving shut-off notices on utilities.
- Experiencing harassment by bill collectors.
- Depleting all of your life savings to pay bills.
- Making less than the median income level in your state
- Making little or no income.
- Left with little "disposable" income each month.
Do any of these situations apply to you? If so, you may want to consider leaning more about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing process.
Could Chapter 7 be right for you? Begin our free attorney evaluation form
Chapter 7: Designed to Eliminate Debt
Assuming that you are eligible for the Chapter 7 discharge, you may never have to repay the majority of your debt. This would allow you the opportunity to get back on your feet with a clean slate.
Do you want to rebuild your credit? Chapter 7 may allow you an opportunity to do just that.
As you consider going through the bankruptcy filing process, keep this in mind: You are not alone.
How Many Americans Have Sought Personal Bankruptcy Protection?
Do you feel like you are the only person who is considering bankruptcy? Between January of 2000 and December of 2009, America set a record for bankruptcy with approximately 13,000,000 petition filings.
Contrary to popular belief, the "typical" bankruptcy filer seeks protection because they either lost their job, experienced a significant income deduction, were granted an over extension on their credit or they sustained an unexpected injury or illness.
As you can see, the belief that the individuals filing bankruptcy are reckless or careless with their spending habits lacks validity.
There are numerous legitimate reasons behind most personal bankruptcy filings. Learn how Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help you get back on the right track.
Seek The Debt Relief You Deserve
Who has the power to change your family's financial circumstances? Who should decide to seek legal advice and get back on the road to recovery?
At Chapter7.Me, we aim to provide you with the most relevant Chapter 7 bankruptcy information to help you make an educated decision.
We provide answers to your questions about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which include:
Once you are ready to take the first step towards financial freedom, a local bankruptcy lawyer can provide valuable insight about the Chapter 7 filing process.
Keep in mind, filing bankruptcy is just one of the ways to seek relief from overwhelming debt. A bankruptcy attorney can help you decide which debt-relief option is best for you.
Regain Control of Your Finances
Chapter7.Me is sponsored by a nationwide network of bankruptcy attorneys who are happy to provide you with a free case evaluation, with no obligation.
Take action. Talk to one of our sponsoring bankruptcy lawyers by filling out our free bankruptcy case evaluation form or by calling 888-632-0501. All case evaluations are performed by a licensed attorney.