Eliminating Debt Through Chapter 7
Medical bills, credit card bills, housing costs — there are many ways to fall into debt, and no easy way to get out of it. At The Rushing Law Firm, PLLC, we help our clients weigh their legal options for getting out of debt and winning back control over their finances.
One of the fastest and most effective ways to eliminate debt is to get an experienced lawyer to help you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Understanding Chapter 7
If you meet its requirements, filing for Chapter 7 will protect you from your creditors and eliminate many kinds of debt. Once you have filed a petition under Chapter 7, most debt collection actions against you or your property are automatically stopped.
Once the process is over, the court will discharge your remaining eligible debts.
Chapter 7 is known as a liquidation bankruptcy because it requires you to give up some of your assets to creditors. However, there are many exemptions available under state and federal laws that will protect you from losing your most important and cherished property.
How We Can Help
When you come to us for help with debt relief, we review all your options. If you choose Chapter 7, and if you meet its requirements, we will walk you through the process. We have helped many clients through bankruptcy, and we can tell you what to expect. We can represent you in official hearings and help you return to financial health.
We understand that you are going through financial difficulties, so we charge fees that are reasonable and meet your needs. We offer free initial consultations.
Contact Us Today
Debt problems can drag on for years, getting worse and worse. If you are ready for an experienced attorney to help you get out of debt, call The Rushing Law Firm, PLLC, today at 870-875-2940 to schedule an appointment. You can also contact our office through email. We represent individuals and married couples in El Dorado, Arkansas, and the surrounding communities.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.