Do You Have Questions about Your Bankruptcy?
In many situations in life and in the law, knowing the questions can be more important than knowing the answers. When considering bankruptcy or going through the process, questions can keep you focused on your next steps and on sticking with your plan.
Don’t be afraid to ask your bankruptcy-related questions to a qualified professional or dedicated attorney at Fears Nachawati. Want to know whether your spouse has to file bankruptcy along with you? (A: Not necessarily.) Interested in finding out whether you can discharge your parking tickets, traffic citations, or property taxes in bankruptcy? (A: Nope.) Worried that you won’t be able to access credit after your bankruptcy? (A: You might be surprised.) For all of these questions and more, the attorneys at Fears Nachawati can give you the help you need.
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are confusing, even for many lawyers. What kind of debt you hold, who holds it, and what it was used to purchase are all features of your bankruptcy that can have profound – and unintuitive – effects upon your personal finances. Doing-it-yourself is a risky strategy that will likely result in you missing out on good opportunities and may even put your bankruptcy discharge at risk.
Ready to talk to professionals who know the answers to your questions and are prepared to guide you through the process of declaring personal bankruptcy? Our team is ready to fight for you. To learn how we can help, contact us today.