When you earn a steady income but still are struggling to pay off your debts, chapter 13 bankruptcy gives you the option to eliminate your debt problems while keeping your home, car, and more. Before considering filing for chapter 13, you should consult with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. At The Law Office of Cliff Brisson, Jr., we have extensive experience handling chapter 13 bankruptcy cases for people in Fayetteville, NC and the surrounding areas.
Chapter 13 is not for everyone, but it may be right for you. We will help you explore all of your debt relief options, including chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is like a debt consolidation plan. The best solution will be that you will be able to pay off your debt over a three- or five-year payment plan. When that plan is successfully completed, your debt will be discharged. Keep in mind, your debt will not accrue late fees or interest during the payment plan. Creditors will also not be able to take legal action against you, and they will not be able to contact you either.
If you file for chapter 13 bankruptcy, your case will typically be more complex than a chapter 7 bankruptcy case. Therefore it is important have experienced legal guidance throughout the process. Attorney Cliff Brisson, Jr. and his bankruptcy assistant have significant experience helping clients successfully complete the chapter 13 bankruptcy process. Our chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys are committed to helping you achieve your debt relief goals while avoiding foreclosure and other debt collection actions.
Contact us today to speak with an experienced Hope Mills, NC chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney. We represent clients from Fayetteville, Cumberland County and throughout the region, including military members and their families stationed at Fort Bragg.