Our Bankruptcy Attorneys in our Hillsborough Office are available to meet with you and discuss various methods to alleviate your issues relating to Debt. Our Hillsborough Office is located in Tampa, at 4100 West Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 208, in Tampa, Florida.
Since 1993, the Bankruptcy Attorneys at Weller Legal Group have represented thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy Proceedings, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. We have not only represented many Individuals and small businesses in Bankruptcy Proceedings, but also in the many Programs we offer as an alternative to Bankruptcy. These Programs include Lawsuit and Foreclosure Defense, Credit Repair, Debt Settlement, and Credit Counseling. If you are in Debt, we likely have a solution.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy are the most commonly filed Chapters of Bankruptcy in the United States. In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the Debtor is seeking to reduce or eliminate his or her Unsecured Debts. Unsecured Debts include Medical Bills, Credit Cards, Signature Loans, and Deficiencies on Repossessed Property or even Real Estate.
Most of our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy clients are able to retain most or all of their important Assets or Property. If a Debtor has lived in Florida for more than two years, then the Debtor can employ the Bankruptcy Exemptions for the State of Florida in his or her Bankruptcy filing. Bankruptcy Exemptions are laws that define what a Debtor in Bankruptcy may retain and protect from not only his or her Creditors, but also the Chapter 7 Trustee.
If a Debtor significantly exceeds in Assets what is provided by the Bankruptcy Exemptions, then the Debtor may find such Assets liquidated or sold in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
Such a Debtor may elect to file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy wherein the Debtor may protect such Assets, and make a consolidated payment to his or her Creditors over a 36 to 60 month period.
Bankruptcy may provide many benefits to a Debtor in distress. Upon the filing of a Bankruptcy, the Automatic Stay is generally activated, which stop Creditor actions, including Foreclosures, Lawsuits, Garnishments, and Repossessions.
One of the traditionally important goals of Bankruptcy Proceedings is to give the Debtor a fresh start.
If you live or work in Hillsborough County in Florida, and are considering Bankruptcy, then please contact us today. Mr. Weller will usually speak with you personally. If Mr. Weller is not available, then one of the Bankruptcy Attorneys in the Law Office will speak with you.
The first consultation is without charge or fee. In Hillsborough County, you may contact us directly by calling 813-229-3329 (DEBT). Our Toll Free Number is 1-800-407-3328 (DEBT). You may also contact us through our website by submitting a Contact Form to our office, or through the Live Chat program available on the website.
We also have offices in Clearwater, Port Richey, and Lakeland, Florida.
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