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Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy Services
Bankruptcy is a last-ditch option when faced with severe financial difficulties. If you have lost all of your money and have no other alternatives, you can file for bankruptcy. This does damage your credit, but you can rebuild your credit standing slowly over time. Bankruptcy services can assist you in filing for Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 regulations. Professionals in this business can also provide advice on liquidation, consolidation, cost management and credit repair. Check out these frequently asked questions about bankruptcy:

Do you offer debt consolidation programs?
Most bankruptcy services offer this as part of their suite of services. Debt consolidation, also known as debt management, involves arranging for lower payments with creditors to allow for quicker payoffs of credit cards. This helps avoid high interest rates that can tack on a lot of money unnecessarily.

Do you provide bankruptcy case administration?
This is usually part of the offerings, and includes various aspects of filing for bankruptcy. Professionals can provide detailed advice and services regarding Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13, with complete reviews of the debtor’s plans, schedules, and statements to provide assessments on filing and negotiating.

How can I apply?
These days, many bankruptcy services offer online applications that website visitors can fill out to begin the consultation process with the company. You’ll need to provide important information such as your name and address, plus financial information such as total unsecured debt. You can also call the company to apply or make an appointment for a consultation in person.

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4716 4th St Ste 100, Lubbock, TX 79416
(806) 785-1250  

Sometimes individuals and businesses require bankruptcy services to assist with financial problems or company liquidation. After all, these experts know how to properly handle chapter 7, chapter 11, and chapter 13 bankruptcy procedures. Keep in mind that a lawyer or attorney may be required as well for court routine proceedings. Before you acquire the assistance of a bankruptcy service, there are a few questions you should consider.

  • What types of bankruptcy procedures are you able to assist with?
    Since there are chapter 13, chapter 11, and chapter 7 bankruptcy laws and proceedings, it is imperative to find a professional that can assist you with the specific one you need. For instance, chapter 13 pertains only to individuals who file bankruptcy. A lawyer or attorney will likely be needed as well for any necessary legal proceedings when filing.

  • What will happen to any property or money I have to my name?
    This varies depending on the case. It is crucial to discuss any property or assets you have when consulting a bankruptcy service. While you may be able to keep certain assets, others may be taken from you by the court or government. The service or attorney you hire may also have an impact on what you are able to keep or retain.

  • How long will the bankruptcy filing procedure take?
    This can vary depending on the service and lawyer you work with. The court that handles the bankruptcy case can also impact the length of time it takes for completion. It is a good idea to ask the bankruptcy service or professional to give you a time estimate beforehand. They can likely do so based on past cases that were filed.



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