Pennsylvania Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy was an accepted concept long before Newman, Williams, Mishkin, Corveleyn, Wolfe & Fareri, P.C., opened its doors in 1923. It was deemed wise to provide a safety vault for families mired in unpayable debt, to allow them back into the economy.
Solving Serious Debt Problems With Consumer Bankruptcy
Today there are two common forms of bankruptcy relief, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 13 is sometimes called wage-earner bankruptcy. It seeks to stretch out payments so that they are achievable. Chapter 7 is referred to as liquidation bankruptcy. It is for people who are simply unable to pay their debt no matter how payments might be rescheduled.
Chapter 7 is an appealing option for people who have large amounts of unsecured debt such as credit card or medical bills. Very often, people seeking Chapter 7 protection have experienced downturns due to the economy, health problems or divorce.
Those who qualify for Chapter 7 are able to discharge their debts without any further obligation to creditors. The entire process can be completed in as little as six months.
Contact Our Stroudsburg Office To Discuss Discharging Your Unpayable Debt
Contact our office today to discuss your bankruptcy questions with a Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney. We are available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and by appointment at other times.
You can reach our attorneys by phone at 570-234-0344, toll free at 800-506-0191 and via email to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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Mr. Rubino was compassionate and at the same time very professional with our Chapter 13 bankruptcy after we were in a auto accident and lost our income. It really was simple and quick and we were treated with respect at a very difficult time in our lives. I thank Mr. Rubino and his staff.– From Lawyers.Com – Bankruptcy Law