Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorneys in Grand Rapids and Serving All of Michigan
Chapter 7 bankruptcy, sometimes called “liquidation bankruptcy” allows people who qualify to discharge many of their debts, including debt from credit cards and medical bills. There are multiple qualifying tests and other considerations regarding the retention of your personal property that must be considered before a decision can be made as to whether a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition makes sense.
FILING FOR CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
If you want to stop creditor harassment and get rid of debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy might be the right option. At Law Offices of Kelly G Lambert III, PC we have over 24 years of legal experience. We will help you find an affordable legal solution to your debt and other legal issues. We are a debt relief agency representing people filing for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
When you need a competent, aggressive and dedicated lawyer to protect your rights in bankruptcy court call 616-732-8888 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.
GET A FRESH START
Many of our clients come to us having lost their jobs, gone through a divorce, lawsuit, foreclosure or medical issues. Others simply need help getting out of a financial hole. When debt from credit cards, medical bills, your home mortgage, car payments and other sources become too much to handle, you may be able to wipe out your debts by filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition.
If you qualify, Chapter 7 bankruptcy can wipe your slate clean. It can stop creditor harassment, lawsuits and wage garnishment. You can even avoid foreclosure if you’re able to establish a reaffirmation agreement with the bank. Often we can recover recent wage garnishments from our clients. The key to understanding the complex bankruptcy laws is dealing effectively with creditors.
Even if you have filed for bankruptcy in the past, contact us to find out if we can help you find a solution to your debt. Depending on how long ago you filed, you may be able to get relief through bankruptcy.