Bankruptcy Lawyer Q&A
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Bankruptcy Lawyer Q&A

Speaking with a bankruptcy lawyer near you can be the best way to get information about how filing bankruptcy can affect your debt and your future. Because Total Attorneys works with a nationwide network of sponsoring bankruptcy lawyers, we are able to provide you with answers from some of our sponsoring lawyers to some of the most common bankruptcy questions.

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To get answers to common bankruptcy questions click the questions below and see what some of our sponsoring bankruptcy attorneys had to say.

"Depends on what the issues is, what the debt is, depends on a variety of factors. If it’s credit card debt you can’t afford to pay them back you could do a chapter 7. If you could consolidate to save a house save a car, you could do a Chapter 13." - John Carlin, Chicago, Ill.
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"Filing a petition for bankruptcy will afford you an opportunity to stop the immediate action of foreclosure if one is pending in a state court. Bankruptcy will allow the debtor and their counsel time to work through the issues presented in foreclosure and the opportunity to develop a payment plan." - Robert Bruner, Tallahassee, Fla.
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"You may file bankruptcy and retain certain assets. A commonly retained asset is the family car. In many cases the debtor continues to make the payments on the automobile. In other cases, the debtor is allowed the opportunity to recover the car from the Chapter 7 Trustee by means of a payment plan." - Robert Bruner, Tallahassee, Fla.
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"Yes, you should within about two years. You should be able to restore your credit score to the same level or higher." - John Carlin, Chicago, Ill.
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"The purpose of bankruptcy is to allow individuals to create a fresh start in their businesses and financial affairs." - Robert Bruner, Tallahassee, Fla.
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