If you live or work in Riverview Florida and seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney then Jay Weller may be best choice. Since 1993, Mr. Weller has represented Debtors and Debtors only, in Bankruptcy Proceedings. Weller Legal Group has represented many thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy, including Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
Most Bankruptcies are filed under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy seeks the elimination or Discharge of the Debtor or Debtors’ Unsecured Debts, such as Credit Cards, Medical Bills, Pay Day Loans, Deficiencies on Loans, including Automobile Loans and Home Loans, and Signature Loans.
In some cases, a Debtor may Discharge Student Loans in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Sometimes, the Debtor may also Discharge Tax Debts in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
The ability to Discharge such Debts in Bankruptcy depends upon numerous factors. For example, to Discharge a Student Loan in Bankruptcy, one must generally prove that the Student Loan presents an Undue Hardship. To establish Undue Hardship one must fulfill a number of requirements, including the inability to pay such Student Loans, not only in the present, but in the future.
Certain Tax Debt may be Discharged in Bankruptcy. For the Tax to be Discharged, it must be of a certain variety, and often there are requirements that the Tax have a certain age. For income taxes, the Debt must be due at least three years, the Tax Return must have been filed at least two years ago, and there are no recent Assessments or Offers in Compromise. There are many other requirements for Tax Debt to be Discharged. Mr. Weller will happily analyze your particular situation, and advise.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is also called a Debt Reorganization, a Debt Consolidation, or the Wage Earner’s Plan. In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy the Debtor seeks to consolidate most or all of his or her Debts into one monthly payment. The payments range from thirty six months to sixty months.
Bankruptcy may stop Foreclosures, Lawsuits, Garnishments and Repossessions.
If you are in Debt, please contact us today. For our Riverview, Florida clients our closest office is probably in Tampa. Our direct number in Tampa is 813-229-3329 (DEBT). We also have offices in Lakeland, Port Richey, and Clearwater, Florida.
Our Toll Free Number is 1-800-407-3328 (DEBT). Also, our website allows you to submit a Contact Form to our office, or even converse with the office and Bankruptcy Attorneys via Live Chat.
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