A Real Financial Solution
Individuals and families throughout Paulding and Napoleon have found themselves overcome with debt burdens in recent years. Sudden medical issues, unemployment and trouble with mortgage payments are increasingly common, and many people struggle for a long time before taking definitive action by filing bankruptcy.
You may be concerned that bankruptcy will liquidate all of your assets. This is not typically the case. If you qualify for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your debts can simply be reorganized into a payment plan that works for you, helping you save your home or other valuable assets in the process.
Putting Her Experience To Work For You
Kristen A. Stanton helps people fight back against home foreclosure, wage garnishments and creditor actions by guiding them through the bankruptcy filing process. Bankruptcy may seem like an overwhelming course of action, but the vast majority of our clients step away from it surprised at how simple and painless it really is.
All decisions made during your bankruptcy filing are yours. We never force our clients into situations they are uncomfortable with. We are here to listen to you and provide you with actionable steps that can effectively solve your financial problems.
Guiding You Through Repayment Plans And Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Not all individuals and families with overwhelming debt lack a steady income. For those who do not qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy because of a high-income level, Chapter 13 can provide a way to have debts reorganized into a manageable repayment plan.
Unlike the Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy does not have time constraints for when you could have last filed bankruptcy. For example, even if you filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy two weeks ago, you can still use Chapter 13 bankruptcy to reorganize your remaining debt into a payment plan. This is ideal for those who need to save highly valued assets such as a home.
Work with an experienced attorney at our firm to get the information you need to move forward and rid yourself of the debt that is weighing you down. If you’re a resident of Henry or William county, call 888-512-6925 or email the firm to get started and schedule an appointment at our Defiance office.