Bankruptcy Key Areas

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, allows people in debt to get a fresh start by having their debt discharged. Most debts are dischargeable. These types of debts include unpaid personal loans, unpaid credit card bills, unpaid medical bills, unpaid utility bills, etc. However, there are certain types of debts that cannot be discharged, even through bankruptcy. These types of debts include:

  • Child support and alimony payments
  • Most student loans
  • Tax debt
  • Court-ordered fines or penalties
  • Restitution to personal injury victims or crime victims

Why Should I Contact a San Antonio Bankruptcy Attorney?

Although the thought of liquidating your assets may seem like a scary thing, the reward of no longer having to suffer from the stress, anxiety, and constant headaches associated with mounting debt is well worth it. In addition, once your bankruptcy petition is approved by the judge, your creditors will no longer be able to harass you for money or take legal action against you. In fact, your creditors will be prohibited from making contact with you altogether.

If you’re searching for an experienced Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney in San Antonio, you’ve come to the right place. With more than three decades of bankruptcy experience, attorney Martin Seidler is more than capable of reviewing your current financial status to determine if Chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you. Mr. Seidler can help you gather all of the necessary paperwork, as well as help you fill out your bankruptcy petition to ensure there are no errors or omissions.

Contact San Antonio Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney Martin Seidler today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.

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