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Questions Around Personal Bankruptcy

  • August 17, 2020
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Can I keep my house? Can I keep my car? Is this going to ruin my credit? How much does it cost?

The list of questions around personal bankruptcy is long. Those above are all questions that we get asked at Kepple Law by individuals considering bankruptcy. And unfortunately, until we discuss your case with you, the answer is… It depends. Everyone’s situation is unique.

Free Consultation:

That is why we offer a FREE 30 minute phone or in person consultation. This way, our team is able to walk through your unique situation and determine what path is best for your financial future. During this meeting we’ll try and identify what chapter of bankruptcy (chapter 7, chapter 11 or chapter 13 bankruptcy) that they will qualify for. During this consolation we’ll talk about a variety of items; such as marital status, number of dependents, owned assets such as real estate or vehicles. We’ll also discuss your current employment situation and income status. We’ll be asking whether or not there are any pending lawsuits due to default or other situations. Our team will also be inquiring about your banking information, the nature of your debt and what your tax status is. We want to understand your situation so we can best answer your questions around personal bankruptcy.

To help provide the most direction and to also allow us to quote a fee associated with Kepple Law assisting in the bankruptcy process, we also ask that potential clients supply us with 6 months of pay-stubs or proof of income, the last 3 tax returns filed and the most recent bank statement from all bank accounts.

What do I do Next?

Our team is not here to judge you or your situation. Debt and misfortune can happen to anyone. And it is not the end of the road. As we’ve said, everyone’s situation is unique, because no two people are exactly alike. Let us take a look at your case and talk you through your options in our 30 minute FREE, No Obligation Consultation. Fill out the form below and we’ll arrange a time to chat.

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