The IRS or state recording a tax lien can be very damaging in many ways. Bankruptcy can prevent that damage.
Chapter 13 is a tremendously flexible way to pay as much as your budget allows, over a reasonable time, and then write off the rest.
If it’s been many months and your medical bills aren’t being paid, and may never be, bankruptcy can give you immediate and permanent relief.
If you or your business is stuck in litigation that is sucking you dry financially and emotionally, bankruptcy may be your best way out.
Would your small business thrive if you could just get some relief from your creditors? Especially the tax collectors? Consider Chapter 13.
If you’ve decided to close down your business, or would if you could avoid its debts, or had a way to pay its taxes, consider bankruptcy.
Get relief from what can be the most dangerous kind of debt. Support enforcement is very powerful. Fight back with something even stronger.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can conquer your taxes, each in its own way. What could improve your life in 2015 more than getting rid of that worry?!
Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” & especially Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” come with some truly powerful tools for preserving your home.
Chapter 13 stops both mortgage and property tax foreclosures. Then you have up to 5 years to catch up on the property taxes.
Both the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 types of bankruptcy give you excellent ways to either keep andâif you wantâsafely let go of your vehicle.
Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” doesn’t stop aggressive collection of back support. But Chapter 13 does, and protects you while you catch up.
Chapter 13 âadjustment of debtsâ has a special way of helping with your support obligation. How about Chapter 7?
No. The bankruptcy court respects and doesn’t change the support decisions of your divorce court. But bankruptcy can still help.
The âco-debtorâ stay is a remarkable tool for protecting your co-signer from having to pay your debt.