Bankruptcy is a legal way for consumers and businesses to liquidate or reorganize unwanted or unmanageable debts. Most people who make the decision to file have been through an unforeseeable event such as job loss, serious injury, illness, or a divorce that leaves them unable to keep up with bills and payments. With more financial pressure, interest and debts will only increase. At Nardi & Nardi, P.A., we are experienced in providing strategic advocacy to help our clients achieve debt relief through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Contact the Orlando Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers.
Protect your rights, your family, and your future. Call now at (407) 478-0074 or contact us by e-mail for experienced legal advocacy you can trust.Chapter 7 "Liquidation Bankruptcy"
Chapter 7 is also known as "liquidation" bankruptcy because it allows you to liquidate any unsecured debts including credit card bills and medical expenses. To qualify for Chapter 7, you must pass the "means test" which will assess your total income and assets. Our attorneys will take the time to assess your financial circumstances to determine if Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the right option for you and your family. Should Chapter 7 not be the best option for you, Chapter 13 bankruptcy could still provide you with debt relief.
Filing Bankruptcy Allows You to:
- Stop creditor harassment
- Eliminate or discharge debt
- Stop wage garnishment or repossession
- Stop foreclosure on a home
- Secure your future financial independence
Before filing bankruptcy, most Americans will make several attempts to secure their financial stability. You may have tried budgeting, refinancing, or getting a second job. For most people, any attempt to reduce or eliminate debt without assistance only leads to frustration and more debt. Our attorneys are committed to helping clients achieve financial independence through bankruptcy. We will take the time to help you explore your options and alternatives to determine whether bankruptcy is right for you.Orlando Credit Card Debt Bankruptcy Lawyer
In bankruptcy, as with other areas of law, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights. There are a number of bankruptcy myths that should be addressed by an experienced attorney before you proceed. We will provide honest, forthright information so that you can trust in your decision and achieve optimal results in your case.
Call (407) 478-0074 today to speak directly with an experienced Orlando, Florida, lawyer or contact us by e-mail if you have a question about your case.
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