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Filing for Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Florida is a serious and complicated procedure. Contact our office before you make any final decisions.
When you are facing a level of personal debt that you can not possibly pay back, filing for bankruptcy can be an option for getting your finances under control.
There are multiple types, or chapters, of bankruptcy available to filers in the United States. If you are struggling with personal debt, which can include credit card debt, medical bills, unpaid utility bills, business debts, and collection agency accounts, you have the option to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With this type of bankruptcy, you work with a court trustee to repay your debt through a structured budget plan. You may also qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which allows you to eliminate your debt by liquidating certain assets for cash. If you are a business owner and you intend to continue to operate your business, you may file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to tackle your business debt.
Kenneth M. Hesser can help you with your bankruptcy case. Do not be embarrassed or afraid to file for bankruptcy — although the process can have negative effects on your credit score and buying power in the short term, it can be the best way to achieve financial freedom.Read More