What You Need to Know About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Georgia
Completely eliminate your debts
If you're overwhelmed by unsecured debts like medical bills, IRS debt and credit card balances, but don't need to protect large assets such as a home, an Atlanta Chapter 7 bankruptcy plan can give you the fresh start you've been looking for. Yes, you read that right: fresh start. What Chapter 7 does is set aside certain assets, which are necessary for you to get by, sell off remaining assets to partially repay your creditors and discharge most, if not all, of your debt. If you feel like you're drowning in credit card, medical or IRS debt, Chapter 7 bankruptcy could be your life preserver. Filing for Chapter 7 can eliminate those bills, medical expenses, payday loans and other unsecured debts and put you on the road to financial independence. To find out more about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, check these additional pages:
- What is Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
- Is Chapter 7 right for me?
- What are the filing requirements for Chapter 7?
- How does the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process work?
If your debt is causing sleepless nights, hurting your relationships and taking over your life, let an experienced Georgia bankruptcy lawyer show you how to take control.
Bankruptcy: Hitting the financial reset button
Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives you a second chance at financial success. Bankruptcy can seem intimidating, and it's not a decision to make lightly. But your DebtStoppers Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer can give you all the information you need to make your best decision. Once you've made your mind up, we do all the work for you and stay with you every step of the way.
From where you sit today, it may seem complicated, but a bankruptcy plan is actually all about simplifying an area of your life you've been suffering with for years — your debts.
Contact DebtStoppers today to make your dreams of financial independence a reality
Call DebtStoppers at 404-796-7161 or fill out our simple online form for a free consultation with a DebtStoppers bankruptcy lawyer near you. DebtStoppers provides a free, one-on-one personal debt analysis to determine if a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the right plan for you.