Are you struggling with credit card debt or stuck in a cycle of payday loans? Are you at risk of losing your home or car to creditors?
If so, filing bankruptcy may be an option for you to eliminate debt and find firm financial footing. A Washington D.C. bankruptcy attorney may help you navigate bankruptcy laws and put them to work for you.
You can connect with an attorney today and learn about your rights under bankruptcy laws. Simply fill out the case review form below to get started.
If you have worked hard to pay your bills, but you've still slipped into deep debt, filing bankruptcy may help eliminate your debt.
Filing bankruptcy may help you eliminate debt, protect property from creditors and help you begin rebuilding your credit.
A Washington D.C. bankruptcy lawyer can explain how Chapter 7 bankruptcy was designed to eliminate unsecured debt like credit card debt, medical bills and payday loans.
Not everyone is eligible to file Chapter 7, so a local lawyer can look over your finances and determine if you qualify to eliminate your bills through a Chapter 7 filing.
A local lawyer can also explain how Chapter 13 bankruptcy was designed to stop foreclosure and protect property while getting debtors on interest-free debt repayment plans.
Talk to a local bankruptcy lawyer for free today and learn about your personal bankruptcy options under Washington D.C. bankruptcy laws:
The decision to file bankruptcy, and deciding which type of bankruptcy to file, may be influenced a number of factors, such as unemployment, medical emergency, or divorce.
If you're considering filing bankruptcy in D.C., you can start the process yourself by taking a closer look at your bottom line. Before you decide to file bankruptcy, ask yourself some of the following questions:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, deciding to file for bankruptcy could be right for you. Call 877-349-1309 or fill out our free case review form on this page to speak with a local sponsoring bankruptcy attorney about your options.
Note: Keep in mind all laws are complex. If you need legal advice or want to fully understand how these laws affect you, please speak with a local attorney. Laws may have changed since our last update. For the latest information on your state's bankruptcy laws, speak to a local bankruptcy lawyer.