FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY IN DALLAS, TX
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There are several forms of bankruptcy to provide individuals with debt relief, but the two most common forms are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is viewed as a form of liquidation while Chapter 13 bankruptcy is viewed as financial reorganization.
Those who wish to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy need to prove that they are experiencing financial hardship, which is determined through the “means test.” If the test determines you are indeed under extreme financial strain, you may file a petition for bankruptcy in court.
Individuals who qualify for Chapter 13 bankruptcy must meet with their creditors in order to agree on a payment plan. You will need to make monthly payments until your debts are paid off, which can take several years to accomplish. Our Dallas bankruptcy attorneys at Fuller & Eason can help you determine which form of bankruptcy you qualify for and provide you with indispensable counsel.
SPEAK WITH OUR DALLAS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS TODAY
Since 1990, our bankruptcy legal team at Fuller & Eason has helped many individuals resolve their financial troubles by filing for bankruptcy. Attorney Roger Fuller has been Board Certified in bankruptcy law since 1993 and can provide you with the counsel and legal guidance that you need.
Should you choose to entrust your bankruptcy case to us, you can rest assured that you have chosen wisely. We offer all of our clients skilled legal representation at an affordable rate. We can stand at your side in bankruptcy court and in creditor meetings in order to safeguard your interests. We will make sure that all of the necessary paperwork is filled out properly and assist you with filing your bankruptcy petition.
Fuller & Eason offers real results .