We’ll guide you through the chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy process.
Thinking about filing bankruptcy is a major decision. In fact, many people are extremely uncertain as to what their next steps should be. An experienced attorney can guide you through what to expect from the chapter 13 or chapter 7 bankruptcy process while providing education and support.
What to Expect
Filing for bankruptcy doesn’t have to leave you feeling like things are out of your control. An experienced lawyer will listen to your situation and needs—without judgment—and help you create a plan to achieve debt discharge.
When you work with Kimberly Wright, your path toward financial stability consists of a few clear steps. We’ll walk you through everything to make sure you understand how to move forward. To get started, simply schedule a free consultation.
Types of Bankruptcy
An attorney will guide you to make the proper bankruptcy decision based on your unique situation.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Liquidation – A trustee determines if, after secured debt and exemptions are considered, any property you own could be liquidated/sold to satisfy debts you owe.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Reorganization – A trustee manages a 3-5 year “plan” you propose to the court to pay back some or all of your debts, depending on your financial situation.
Find debt relief through our customized process:
• Complete questionnaire.
• Discuss your situation.
• Strategize the path forward.
• Receive a quote.
• Draft documents.
• File with the court.
• Finalize documentation.
• Achieve discharge.