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Bankruptcy


Hear Our Take
Get through your bankruptcy case with dignity.
Are you suffering from a financial burden? Filing bankruptcy may be the right choice for you, because everyone deserves a second chance.

Our approach
We get to know the client and their financial goals to see if bankruptcy is the best course of action for them. Our bankruptcy attorneys in Tallahassee help them through the process of filing, credit counseling, defending creditor disputes, and getting them an order of discharge or reasonable repayment plan.

Should You Consider Filing?

Are you using one credit card to pay for other credit cards?
Can you not afford to pay your bills?
Are you getting a divorce and have sizable debts?
Is your home in danger of foreclosure?
Are you being sued by creditors?
Our bankruptcy attorneys in Tallahassee specializes in personal bankruptcy matters for chapters 7 and 13 filings in Tallahassee and North Florida area.
If you’re in debt and struggling to keep up with repaying loans and credit card bills, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are the two most common programs you can use to reduce or eliminate your debt.

Chapter 7
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as liquidation bankruptcy. Most of your property is sold and used to pay off your debts. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is generally meant for people with limited incomes who do not have the ability to pay back all or some portion of their debts.

Chapter 13
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is referred to as a reorganization bankruptcy. Your property is not sold when you file for Chapter 13 protection, and if you successfully complete a court-mandated repayment plan, you may be able to keep your property.

Life After Bankruptcy
Filing bankruptcy can be financially, as well as emotionally challenging. However, it may be your second chance to take control of your financial situation when bills keep piling up and you don’t have the means to pay your creditors.