Filing for bankruptcy is not a process that many people anticipate with pleasure. In fact, oftentimes, if you are considering bankruptcy, you are at your wits end and feel as though you have failed.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not an indicator of failure. In fact, it is actually a method by which you can lay the foundation for a better, brighter financial future for you and your family.
At The Law Office of Diane Anderson, our lawyer understands the anxiety and fear that accompanies working through a bankruptcy. If you didn’t qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be able to file for a Chapter 13. In this case, your debts will be reduced and broken down into manageable amounts that you can pay off over a three- to five-year period.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not as frightening as it may seem. By filing for Chapter 13, you will:
- Lower or rid yourself of your medical and credit card debt
- Stop creditor harassment and wage garnishment
- Stop foreclosure and repossession
The process can be simple and effortless if you retain an attorney who will explain the steps to you. Ms. Anderson is dedicated to walking you through each step, explaining the process along the way. At The Law Office of Diane Anderson, we are determined to help our clients obtain the best results possible.