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- HOW DO I KNOW IF I SHOULD FILE FOR BANKRUPTCY?
Be Nevada residents are allowed to represent themselves in bankruptcy court. However, it’s highly recommended that people considering such an Nevada residents are allowed to represent themselves in bankruptcy court. However, it’s highly recommended that people considering such an important decision contact a Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney. Choosing to file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a major decision with long-term financial and legal consequences. You have one chance to make things right. Choosing to retain a bankruptcy attorney who has helped people just like you can mean the difference between successfully rebuilding your life and facing financial consequences such as losing your possessions, your car and even your home.
- WHAT TYPE OF BANKRUPTCY IS BEST FOR ME: CHAPTER 7 OR CHAPTER 13?
Whether you should file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 will depend on your specific circumstances. Your filing status can be determined based on the debt you owe, income, and value of property you own. No two cases are the same. For example, if you’re looking to eliminate credit card debt you can’t pay back and meet income requirements, you may be able to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If looking to consolidate loans to save a home or car, filing Chapter 13 may be best for you. One of our Las Vegas bankruptcy attorneys can help with your options. Call today for a free consultation.
- WILL FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY END DEBT COLLECTOR HARASSMENT?
Yes. A common complaint from many clients considering bankruptcy is that they face constant harassment from debt collection agencies and other creditors. When you file bankruptcy, these agencies are required by law to cease all communication. If they fail to do so, you may have grounds for legal action against a debt collection agency or creditor.
- CAN BANKRUPTCY SAVE MY HOME FROM FORECLOSURE?
Yes. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop the foreclosure process. This type of bankruptcy in particular allows homeowners an extended period of time to repay overdue debts (such as mortgage payments). At VegasBk.com, we know what it takes to prepare a successful bankruptcy and repayment plan for you.