The Bankruptcy Process

Making the choice to file for bankruptcy is a significant one that should not be taken lightly. It must be made with a full awareness of the measures you must follow, what will occur, and your responsibilities. Each client we serve at Bethlehem Bankruptcy gets a thorough explanation of the bankruptcy procedure

Your Lawyer Will Answer All Your Questions about Filing for Bankruptcy

The bankruptcy process will begin with a detailed examination of your financial status as a whole. We will assist you in determining whether you should file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. While certain components of the procedure are comparable, the level of protection you select will specify a number of stages that must be followed.

Key points to consider include:

You can divert all collection calls to our office once you hire Bethlehem Bankruptcy to file your case and represent you, giving you immediate respite from your worry.

If you need to stop a foreclosure, wage garnishment, or other harsh action against you right away, we can act fast after we obtain all of the essential documents and facts.

It’s vital that you give accurate financial information, including identifying all of your debts, and that you show up for all court meetings unless your lawyer informs you otherwise.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a relatively simple process that may be completed in a matter of months and results in the discharge (forgiveness) of all unsecured debts. If you file Chapter 13, you will be obligated to follow all of the provisions of the trustee-approved repayment plan for three to five years. Your bankruptcy lawyer will be available to answer your questions and address your concerns.

Bethlehem Bankruptcy Will Be by Your Side

You can depend on Bethlehem Bankruptcy to provide clear information on bankruptcy law, each step you must complete, and how to best approach and manage life after bankruptcy. Contact Bethlehem Bankruptcy Lawyer for a FREE CONSULTATION at 610-510-2073.