Managing finances when faced with debt is a tough ordeal to go through at any point in life. We have a team of litigators that offer solutions that include the option of bankruptcy to consolidate or excuse debt. If you are ready to turn your life around with a positive financial change, then we are happy to examine the circumstances and advise accordingly.
Individuals and couples that feel suffocated by serious debt often feel like bankruptcy is a solution they want to avoid. Although it can be a hard pill to swallow, taking the initiative to work with a bankruptcy attorney is the best chance you have to secure your financial future. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy does require giving up valuable assets to start over without the burden of debt. If you have a steady source of income and feel that consolidating debt into a single monthly payment would be feasible, Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers a solution to retain important belongings through a repayment plan.
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Adapting to industry trends is not easy for any corporation, regardless of the time they have been in business. Many great ideas simply do not pan out once set into motion, and it is sometimes unavoidable that production has to shut down. The option of Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a final chance to recover from debt with the guidance of a trustee reorganizing the business. If the debt is too serious to overcome or the courts simply feel that it is not worth the effort, it is required to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy to enter the liquidation process.
Someone that is trying to buy a home may come to realize that their payments are not suitable years later when financial circumstances undergo unforeseeable changes. Your marriage may have come to an end or there was a serious medical issue that put you behind with other obligations. If you are behind or feel that you will not be able to make your next payment, our specialists are happy to negotiate the contract with your lender to agree on more reasonable terms.
Buying, selling, and renting a piece of real estate property requires that a contract is drawn up and signed by both parties. It is always recommended to have a Real Estate Attorney read over and explain any documentation before you agree to anything you do not truly approve of. Our professionals assist with disputes, transactions, and overseeing negotiations as needed.
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