The Bankruptcy Process

Deciding whether to file for bankruptcy is a major decision, which should not be taken lightly. It must be made with a clear understanding of the steps you will need to take, what will happen and the obligations you will have. At Bethlehem Bankruptcy, we take great care to explain the bankruptcy process to each client we serve.

Your Lawyer Will Answer All Your Questions about Filing for Bankruptcy

The bankruptcy process will begin with a thorough analysis of your overall financial situation. We will help you determine whether you should file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. While some aspects of the process are similar, the type of protection you choose will outline many steps that must be taken.

Key points to consider include:

Once you hire Bethlehem Bankruptcy to file your case and represent you, you can direct all collection calls to our office and gain some immediate relief from your stress.

If you have an immediate need to stop a foreclosure, wage garnishment or another severe action against you, we can move quickly to do so once we have the necessary documents and information.

It is critical that you are truthful in the financial information you provide, including disclosing all your debts, and that you attend all court hearings unless your attorney tells you otherwise.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often a fairly straightforward process that can be wrapped up within a few months, resulting in a discharge (forgiveness) of all unsecured debts. If you file Chapter 13, you will be required to meet all the terms of the repayment plan approved by the trustee — over a period of three to five years. Your bankruptcy attorney will remain responsive to your needs and questions every step of the way.

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.

To schedule your free consultation, contact Bethlehem Bankruptcy today for a free consultation at 800-123-1234.