Finding the right bankruptcy option can be overwhelming. Boz Law Offices are here to help with this guide to the different types of bankruptcy. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy apply to individuals, while Chapter 11 is designed for businesses.
At Boz Law Offices, we know that while every Bankruptcy proceeding is unique, most people feel intimidated when filing. The paperwork involved in Bankruptcy cases can be quite confusing, and, more often than not, your creditors will have teams of Lawyers behind them.
We take pride in helping individuals in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. Our knowledgeable law firm is the best choice for helping individuals rebuild their financial future. We offer a FREE initial consultation so that our attorneys can better understand your circumstances and develop an effective plan of action. Our law firm welcomes the possibility to immediately begin stopping collection calls from home foreclosures and debt collectors.
When meeting with prospective clients, we are able to advise whether personal bankruptcy is the right choice. We will also suggest the best option including Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, based on each individual’s unique circumstances. We are happy to work out a plan for prioritizing your payments. An affordable personal bankruptcy attorney in Boston is just a call away! We recognize the emotional stress that surrounds these difficult times, and deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is a very serious decision, let us help you today!
Personal Bankruptcy Attorneys Specializing in Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Protection in Boston MA
Chapter 7 referred to as liquidation bankruptcy, that can significantly help you keep your home, car, stop creditor harassment, garnishments, and more! Chapter 7 enables our clients to obtain a fresh start in life. This form of debt relief protection is what most people think of when they think of filing bankruptcy and is the most common. For many of our clients, most often, this is the best choice, when there is no hope of paying off their debts.
The main reason for Chapter 7, for individuals in Boston, is to eliminate your debts. When you receive a “discharge” you are no longer obligated to pay your unsecured debt. Unsecured debt most often includes; medical bills, credit cards, and loans. Keep in mind, some debts which won’t be discharged in Chapter 7, including most child support, student loans, some tax debt or debt you owe due to fraud. Please contact us today, if you have any questions regarding debt cannot be eliminated.
The federal government has established bankruptcy as a means to enable individuals to start over financially. Often we all know of friends or family that have filed for debt relief protection and live their lives without the stress and anxiety of worrying about money and debt they cannot pay. If you live in Boston, contact our law firm today! We can help to file your case and ensure you are protected to the fullest extent of the law.