Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Helping People File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in San Antonio
Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a viable option for those who do not qualify for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 and whose cases are too small for Chapter 11. Unlike Chapter 7, which eliminates an individual’s dischargeable debts, Chapter 13 works by consolidating an individual’s debt into one lump sum, which is to be paid off over time (usually three to five years) under the terms of payment schedule approved by the bankruptcy court judge. As soon as your bankruptcy petition is approved by the judge, your creditors will be prohibited from continuing to contact you and harass you, and you will no longer be subjected to any of the other negative effects of having unpaid debt.
How an Experienced San Antonio Bankruptcy Attorney Can Help
If you’re struggling with mounting debt and are wondering if Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you, you should consider speaking with a San Antonio bankruptcy attorney. A knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer can review your finances to determine whether or not Chapter 13 bankruptcy would be an effective way to help you eliminate your debt and give you the fresh start you need.
Attorney Martin Seidler has been practicing law for more than thirty years, and has ample experience in all aspects of United State bankruptcy law. In addition, Mr. Seidler is a former bankruptcy trustee, which gives him a special advantage in understanding and analyzing his clients’ financial status, as well as determining what form of bankruptcy protection would best serve his clients’ interest. If you’re one of the millions of Texans struggling with debt, you can depend on Mr. Seidler to take the time to review your finances, discuss your goals and objectives, and help you work towards a solution for a better financial future!
To learn more about Chapter 13 bankruptcy, please don’t hesitate to contact San Antonio bankruptcy lawyer Martin Seidler today!
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