If you're having trouble paying your bills:
If none of these options is possible, bankruptcy may be a good option. There are two primary types of personal bankruptcy: Chapter 13 and Chapter 7.
With Brad Olson you will be working face to face with Brad who can give you the focus and attention to detail that your case demands. As an individual we can help determine whether a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing would be best for you.
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In Chapter 13, the court approves a repayment plan that allows you to use your future income to pay off your debts during a three-to-five-year period, rather than surrender any property. After you have made all the payments under the plan, you receive a discharge of your debts.
Chapter 7, known as straight bankruptcy, involves the sale of all assets that are not exempt. Exempt property may include cars, work-related tools, and basic household furnishings. Some of your property may be sold by a court-appointed official — a trustee — or turned over to your creditors.