The Bankruptcy Process, Top to Bottom
When you come to our office, we'll brief you on the entire process, which includes pre-filing bankruptcy counseling, as well as a financial education course before your debt is forgiven. You'll also meet with us and your creditors, and the court will appoint you a bankruptcy trustee. The trustee will decide whether your non-exempt assets should be sold in order to pay back your creditors.
Above all, we understand the helplessness you feel, perhaps if you're mired in debt from medical bills. The medical system and insurance companies in our country are unforgiving, especially when you've suffered a significant injury or condition that has drained your time, energy, and all your financial resources.
We Care to See You Through & Beyond
We care greatly about your well-being, and we want to be there to see you get through — especially since there may be people who depend on you. Chapter 7 bankruptcy isn't something you can simply do yourself; the process requires specialized knowledge and a trusted legal advocate, which you can find with us. We can even talk to you about making a good financial plan and how to rebuild your credit after your time with us.