If you’ve accumulated a considerable amount of debt and are having difficulty making payments on time but wish to keep most of your assets, then filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a good choice for you. You can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy if you have never filed for bankruptcy before, if you are not filing as a business entity, and if you have received credit counseling through an approved credit counseling agency within the last 180 days. The legal professionals at the Will Green Law Office of Milwaukee, Wisconsin have years of experience helping clients file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy and will inform you of your rights and obligations under this type of bankruptcy.
Advantages of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
When you have debt but have some hope of paying it off, filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be advantageous. If one of your main goals is to prevent foreclosure on your home, always discuss a possible loan modification plan with your mortgage company before you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Your mortgagor may negotiate with you so that you get a lower house payment and can then handle some of your debts. If your mortgagor will not negotiate, you can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. As soon as you file, any foreclosure proceedings that have been started will be stopped. Attorney Will Green can help you file and complete all the required paperwork, advocating for you during the entire filing process.
Call to Schedule a Free Legal Consultation with a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney in Wisconsin Today
If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, call to schedule a free legal consultation with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney in Wisconsin today. Attorney Will Green will help you find a way to keep your most important assets and your home. So, don’t wait. Call us at (414) 367-1777 and let our dedicated legal professionals get you on the road to financial freedom.
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