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Miami Bankruptcy Lawyers

When the heat is on, seek debt relief with a Miami attorney

Debt problems can strike quickly. Something as simple as a little credit card debt can become unmanageable after a job loss or medical emergency.

Get the facts about bankruptcy. Speak with a Miami bankruptcy lawyer today—simply fill out our free case review form below to connect with an attorney near you for a free consultation.

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Bankruptcy Laws in Miami

Bankruptcy attorneys in Miami can help you discover how U.S. Bankruptcy Law may be the answer to your debt problems. Bankruptcy can provide protections and freedoms that aren't available with other debt relief options.

Bankruptcy laws include the power of the automatic stay, a court order that prevents your creditors from any contact after you file bankruptcy.

The automatic stay can be used to halt foreclosure or repossession, end debt-related lawsuits and stop phone calls and letters from debt collectors.

Best of all, the automatic stay's effects are truly automatic—they should start the moment your case is filed with the Miami bankruptcy court clerk. There's no hearing or court date to wait for before the stay begins.

Miami Personal Bankruptcy Options

The majority of individuals filing bankruptcy in Miami use one of two types of personal bankruptcy: Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Each bankruptcy chapter has its own benefits that may help you address your financial concerns. A local Miami bankruptcy lawyer can help you evaluate your situation.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a fast-moving legal option designed to eliminate credit card debt, medical bills, payday loans and other forms of debts that aren't tied to one specific item.

Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy law, certain assets may be seized by the bankruptcy court in order to pay creditors. However, every state allows for exemptions. Florida bankruptcy laws may help you keep your home, car, wages and other property out of the hands of creditors while eliminating your debts.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed to help individuals with a regular income repay a portion of their debts over a period of time—typically three to five years.

If your home is facing foreclosure, filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy may help halt that process and create a structured plan to catch up on your past-due payments.

Get Help Today - Talk to a Miami Bankruptcy Lawyer

Don't spend another day worrying about your debt. Let a Miami bankruptcy attorney explain how U.S. bankruptcy laws can help you defy debt and find a fresh start.

Just looking for a bankruptcy court in Miami? Here's info about the Southern District of Florida's United States bankruptcy court: Miami and Florida bankruptcy courts.

Connect with a local attorney today. Just fill out the form on this page or click below to connect with a Miami lawyer for a free bankruptcy consultation.

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