Madison Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorneys
Dane County Consumer Debt Attorneys
For people who are faced with overwhelming amounts of debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy – also referred to as a “liquidation” or “complete” bankruptcy – allows a person to discharge credit card and other debts in a four to five month process. While there are requirements to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and certain debts are not dischargeable, in many cases, it is the best option for total debt relief.
At Debt Advisors, S.C., we have helped clients in Madison, Milwaukee and throughout the state of Wisconsin file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our knowledgeable attorneys can guide you through the process with ease and help you feel more confident about your financial future. Talk with us first if you are considering bankruptcy. We will advise you how to eliminate your debt and protect your property.
Madison Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers
There are many myths about Chapter 7 bankruptcy. These misconceptions have dissuaded many people from eliminating their debt and forced them to continue to struggle underneath the burden of debt. Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy does not mean that you will lose your assets or that you will never be able to get credit again in the future. You will be in a better financial position and your credit scores will improve after the bankruptcy.
Our firm will provide honest advice about whether you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy based on your income level, what assets you will be able to keep, what debts you can eliminate and what else bankruptcy can and cannot do for your situation. At Debt Advisors, let our experience be your guide.
Schedule a Consultation With Debt Advisors, S.C.
Get the information you need to make an informed decision about your financial future. Get a free quote over the phone and schedule an appointment for a free initial consultation. Contact us by e-mail or by calling one of our six Wisconsin offices, including Madison, at 888-222-5615.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.