Chapter 13 bankruptcy was designed to protect assets.
Under Chapter 13, a bankruptcy filer is placed on an interest-free debt repayment plan that typically lasts three to five years.
During that time, the filer can usually keep his or her home or cars, as long as they stay on the payment schedule.
If you're struggling with debt, know that you aren't alone. However, no two cases are the same, and it can be difficult to know what to expect.
Discuss your situation with a local Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney. You can receive an initial consultation for free and with no obligation. Simply fill out the bankruptcy evaluation form below to start the process now.
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