Wisconsin Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorneys
Washington County Consumer Debt Attorneys
Compared with Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the cheapest and most efficient form of bankruptcy available to people who are in debt. The process of Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows people to discharge credit card debts, medical bills and other forms of debt over a four- to five-month period. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also known as “liquidation” bankruptcy. If you are overwhelmed with debts, it is in your best interest to speak with an attorney.
At Debt Advisors, S.C., our lawyers will work with you to understand your debts and explain your options, as well as what Chapter 7 can do to provide a fresh financial future. We guide clients through the bankruptcy process while giving honest answers to their questions. Throughout Wisconsin, including West Bend and Washington County, we can help you protect your rights.
West Bend Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers
Under the new bankruptcy laws passed in 2005, a person cannot file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if he or she has already received a bankruptcy discharge within the past six to eight years.
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, qualified individuals may discharge:
- Medical bills
- Credit card bills and store card debts
- Payday loans
- Personal loans
- Deficiency balances on cars and real estate
The attorneys at Debt Advisors will help you determine if Chapter 7 will work for you. We will help you compare your income with the median income in Wisconsin using the means test established by the new bankruptcy laws. Talk with us at Debt Advisors and learn whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the best option for you and your family.
Free Initial Consultation With Debt Advisors, S.C.
Call for a free initial consultation with us at Debt Advisors, S.C., and get a free quote over the telephone from our experienced lawyers. We can help you understand your options. Contact us by calling one of our six Wisconsin offices, including Milwaukee, at 888-222-5615.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.