Most people who are experiencing financial hardship are candidates for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At your free consultation, bankruptcy attorney Scott N. Tisevich will review your options with you in detail and will help you determine whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you. If you are fearful that you might lose your car or worse, lose your car to foreclosure, it's time to call a lawyer.
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can eliminate some or all of your debts. This includes medical bills, personal loans, credit card debt, and certain taxes.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will repay some or all of your debts to your creditors on a payment plan. At the end of your bankruptcy, your debt will be discharged. Please note that some debt may not be dischargeable (such as student loans).