Struggling to pay bills? Creditors hassling you?
Miller Hahn can now help you navigate personal or business bankruptcy challenges.
- Collection Calls
- Missed Payments
- Job Loss
- Medical Bills
- Credit Card Bills
What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy also referred to as a reorganization bankruptcy allows individuals to keep their property but pay back debt obligations over a 3-year or 5-year period. A repayment plan is prepared so that individuals can use their income to gradually repay all of part of their debts. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers individuals the benefit of catching up on missed mortgage or car payments. Any unsecured debts remaining after completion of the repayment plan, such as credit cards and medical bills may be discharged. Debts that are discharged are not required to be paid back.
What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
Jennifer Christian, Esq.
Our firm practices bankruptcy law and is considered a debt relief agency by federal law.
We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.