What are the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 offer different solutions. You may qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if your income is below your state’s requirements. If you can’t qualify for Chapter 7, Chapter 13 may be a better option. It consolidates your debt into one monthly payment, based on your disposable income. Our bankruptcy attorneys can review your financial situation and help you decide whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy makes the most sense for you. Call us today for help with your case.
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