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Bankruptcy is a powerful tool that's designed to eliminate debt and silence creditors.

A bankruptcy lawyer can help you explore how a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan or a Chapter 7 debt elimination petition may help you.

Find a bankruptcy attorney today and learn how the federal bankruptcy process could help you wipe out your debt and find a fresh start. Select your state below to start.

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Do You Need an Attorney to File Bankruptcy?

You do not need an attorney to file for bankruptcy, but a lawyer can help make sure you file correctly and that you don't miss any steps. A lawyer can also help you get the full benefit of your bankruptcy.

If you decide to file yourself, be careful to not commit bankruptcy fraud on accident. The law is clear that errors in your paperwork can cause serious consequences - from having your case thrown out to felony criminal charges.

There are a lot of laws to consider when filing Chapter 7 or 13, and it's important to know what you're getting into when filing your own case.

Put your fears to rest by speaking with a local attorney about filing bankruptcy. Connect with an attorney today for a free bankruptcy evaluation. You can also ask him or her about the pros and cons of having a lawyer on your side.

The Truth About Filing Bankruptcy

Creditors don't want you to know about your bankruptcy options. They want to squeeze every cent out of you until you're blue in the face.

The truth? Bankruptcy is designed to eliminate debt.

Millions of Americans have filed for bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy under Chapter 7 or 13 can be a good option for people who are overloaded with debt.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to eliminate unsecured debt (such as credit card, medical and utility bills). Once you receive a Chapter 7 debt discharge, you no longer owe that debt--ever.

The Chapter 13 code is designed to allow people more time to repay their debts (interest-free and at much, much lower rates). Chapter 13 is also designed to stop foreclosure and repossessions.

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Bankruptcy Lawyers Can Explain the Chapter 7 and 13 Laws

For hundreds of thousands of people, bankruptcy was the right option for taking control of their debt, and getting a fresh financial start.

A local bankruptcy attorney can answer your questions and take you through the bankruptcy filing process step by step. At Total Bankruptcy, we are sponsored by bankruptcy lawyers across the country and can put you in touch with an attorney your area for a free, no-obligation initial consultation.

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