Are you considering bankruptcy? If so, you're not alone. Every year more than 1 million Americans declare bankruptcy in order to improve their financial situation. These people use bankruptcy as a tool to prevent foreclosure of their home, stop harassment by debt collectors and get a fresh financial start.
Get Bankruptcy Help For Whatever Stage You Are In
- I'm still deciding if bankruptcy is right for me
If you're trying to decide if bankruptcy is right for you, you've come to the right website. BankruptcyHome.com has a wealth of information about the bankruptcy process. You can learn the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 and see if either option is right for you.
- I've decided I need help to file
If you've made the decision that filing bankruptcy is your best option for improving your financial situation and you are ready to find help, you can easily connect with a local bankruptcy lawyer by completing our free bankruptcy case evaluation form below.
- I'm looking for support or information
Get help from others who are going through the same thing. Check out our informative bankruptcy forum where you can post answers or ask your questions.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Help
The two most common consumer bankruptcies are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, our sponsoring lawyers handle these types exclusively so you can be sure you are getting accurate legal advice when you file bankruptcy. Our Bankruptcy attorneys will fight to protect your rights and your property, fight the aggressive and annoying creditors for you, and they can help you keep your home, vehicles and other property.
A lawyer will be committed to getting you debt relief and providing you with valuable information, services and advice to get you a better financial future. There are many convenient locations to make filing bankruptcy or learning about the alternatives we offer, even easier.
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Learn about Bankruptcy Law in your state
Bankruptcy laws differ from state to state. Some states allow filers to choose between federal exemptions and state exemptions. Also, certain types of debt may be discharged in one state but not in another. To find out bankruptcy exemptions in your state and debts that are not discharged, please visit our Bankruptcy in your state page.
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