What is Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
- Chapter 7 or liquidation bankruptcy is the simplest form of consumer bankruptcy. It allows eligible individuals and married couples to start fresh by discharging qualifying debt. If you own more property than you can exempt, a bankruptcy trustee will sell, or liquidate, the unexempt property and distribute the proceeds to your creditors. Our local bankruptcy attorneys can help you determine whether you qualify. Call us for help with your case.
- How long does the probate process take?
- How do I file for bankruptcy?
- How long does it generally take for a person's credit score to improve after bankruptcy?
- What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- What do I need to start the bankruptcy process?
- Will bankruptcy eliminate all my debts?
- What are the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- What is lien stripping?