$0 DOWN CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY PAYMENT PLANS
When you are faced with a debt situation that requires immediate attention, chances are you’re not be ready for the costs of retaining an attorney. Thus, if you need an emergency bankruptcy to stop a garnishment, prevent a repossession, or to save your home from foreclosure, we can help RIGHT NOW. Even if you don’t have the money up-front to file your Chapter 7, Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyers can help you. How? If you qualify for our $0 down Vegas bankruptcy payment program, you pay no money down. The remaining fees are paid through an agreed monthly payment schedule over time. Contact our Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyer for a free consult. Call our Nevada Ch 7 Attorneys today (702) 370-0155.
CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY IN LAS VEGAS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Individuals and businesses with overwhelming debt often seek Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, commonly called liquidation or straight bankruptcy. While considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it is advised that you contact our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyer for a free debt evaluation. In order to file Ch 7 bankruptcy in Las Vegas, one must meet eligibility requirements. Next, if this debt relief option is right for your specific debt situation, our experienced legal team provides the representation necessary for a successful resolution to your bankruptcy case.
Chapter 7 is referred to as a straight bankruptcy. It is a straightforward process that allows a debtor to discharge, or erase most debts. Therefore, retaining a fresh start and a clean financial slate is paramount. Also, a chapter seven bankruptcy discharges many types of financial obligations. Plus, after eliminating these debts, individuals, (then begin rebuilding credit and finances) eliminate the stress of late payments, wage garnishments, potential repossession or foreclosure, and lawsuits stemming from debt.
FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY STOPS CREDITORS FROM COLLECTING ON A DEBT
Immediately after Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyers files a bankruptcy petition on your behalf, the automatic stay goes into effect. The stay is part of the legal process which prevents creditors from taking any action to collect on most kinds of debt. An automatic is a power debt relief tool.
Once your case is filed with the Bankruptcy Court, collection action such as foreclosures, lawsuits, harassing phone calls or other attempts to collect debt, wage garnishments, and repossessions must stop.