Types of Bankruptcy
There are several different types of bankruptcy filings, but for individuals, we primarily consider a filing under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Since every case is different, we do a thorough analysis of your situation during our free initial consultation to see which type of bankruptcy will work best to give you the fresh start you need and deserve.
Many people have heard things about bankruptcy from relatives, friends and acquaintances, and some have used the internet to research bankruptcy. Others have been given “information” or “advice” from creditors. Since every case is so individualized, a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing for you could mean something very different from that of another. Also, you may have heard that the law has changed and so you cannot file a Chapter 7, or that you’ll never be able to get credit again if you file for bankruptcy, or that you’ll lose everything you own if you file. None of this is true. It is true that not everyone is eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but that usually means a Chapter 13 filing will be available to you. Only a consultation with a bankruptcy attorney will give you the complete picture of what is available to you and what will happen in your particular case. Bankruptcy protections and the exemptions allowed under federal law are powerful and permit most people filing for bankruptcy to keep all their property. Please do not make a determination about whether a bankruptcy filing can help you until you speak with a professional such as The Law Office of Sharon S. Masters who is experienced in bankruptcy law in Philadelphia, PA.
Types of Bankruptcy Services and Debt Relief Services Sharon Masters Offers
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Credit Repair Services
- Tax Sale Redemption
- Setting Aside Foreclosure Sales
Call us for a free consultation
At The Law Office of Sharon S. Masters, the initial consultation is absolutely free. Our attorney, Sharon Masters, will sit down with you, thoroughly review your particular situation, analyze your eligibility for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 and discuss options with you. Most people benefit from learning their options and seeing that their situation is far from hopeless. Attorney Sharon Masters can meet you in the evening or on weekends, if that is more convenient for you.
If you or someone you know in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, or within the surrounding cities and counties of Pennsylvania, needs the assistance of an experienced and compassionate bankruptcy lawyer, please contact The Law Office of Sharon S. Masters today at (610) 322-5277 to schedule a free consultation.
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