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File Debt relief bankruptcy starting at $575!
The purpose of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is to eliminate your debts. It typically lasts four months and will eliminate all your debts except students loans, taxes, child support, and alimony. The purpose of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is to enable you to catch up on debts on which you are behind and consolidate them into a regular payment that you can afford. The typical Chapter 13 Bankruptcy lasts three years, but it can last as long as five years. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is typically used to catch up on house and car payments.
YES!!! Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcies are designed to protect your home and car.
If your income is low and you only need to eliminate your debts, $575 will be the total cost at the Cobb Law Firm, LLC. This includes both credit counseling certificates and a combined credit report. If your income is not low and/or you do not want to eliminate the debt on your home or cars, then there may be additional fees. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is $0 down to start. There may be additional fees if you are not working and/or have prior Chapter 13 Bankruptcy failures. By law, your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy payments have to be low enough that you can afford it.
In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you can start building your credit again the day after you file. In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, you can start building your credit again the day after you finish the bankruptcy program.
No. Bankruptcy law forbids the repossession of household goods by personal loan companies.
The minute you file, all of these will stop. It may also be possible to get the wages garnished during the 90 days before you filed bankruptcy refunded.
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