GET OUT OF DEBT WITH THE HELP OF VEGAS BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS
Is your goal to get out of debt? If so, this may not be an easy task. Often people are burdened with the debt of unforeseen things like: filing for divorce, losing your job, an unexpected illness or medical bills, or the loss of a loved one. Many debts are no fault of your own, however, these debts affect your day to day life. Fear not, our Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyer has several debt relief options available.
You may have to ask yourself: is your debt impacting your daily life in a negative way? Is your debt affecting your family life, your professional career, personal life, or mental health? If you have outstanding and overwhelming medical bills, credit cards, or other unsecured debt, bankruptcy is an option to erase that debt.
A Chapter 7 Vegas bankruptcy filing could be the solution to discharge (eliminate) unsecured debts. The bankruptcy typically from start to finish is about four months. Not only will a Chapter 7 discharge wipe out your debt, when the petition is filed, you are protected immediately from wage garnishment, foreclosure, repossession, and creditor harassment.
In order to see if you qualify for getting out of debt with Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, contact the Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyers law firm. If bankruptcy is not your best option for getting out of debt, we will let you know. We can explore other options to get you out of debt.
HOW CAN BANKRUPTCY HELP ME GET OUT OF DEBT?
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives you the opportunity to wipe out debt. Once you have received a discharge, creditors are no longer able to collect on the debt. All eligible debt is wiped out:
- Erase most or all credit card debt
- Erase most or all personal debt loans
- Erase most or all medical bills
- Erase most or all unsecured debt
Some debt may not be discharged in bankruptcy: student loans, tax obligations, alimony/spousal support, or child support. Contact our law firm for a FREE DEBT EVALUATION. An attorney will know which kinds of debt you can eliminate and help you with property, assets, mortgages, and auto loans.
Chapter 13 also allows you to get out of debt. This filing requires a debtor to make regular monthly payments toward the debt.