Many people mistakenly believe that if they are an individual filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, that their case isn’t complex enough to need the services of a Florida bankruptcy attorney.
However, nothing could be further from the truth.
Many individual bankruptcy cases are complicated, including cases where there are significant assets, significant debts, or both.
When filing for any type of bankruptcy, the forms must be filled out with exceptional accuracy. Failure to list your assets in a certain way could mean that many of them are not considered exempt.
Ultimately, these assets can be liquidated in order to pay all or a portion of your debts, such as in the case of Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
If you are overwhelmed with debt or have been considering filing for any type of bankruptcy, it is critical that you speak with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer to ensure you are filing for the right type of bankruptcy, and that your assets are protected as much as possible.
As a seasoned South Florida bankruptcy lawyer, I have successfully helped dozens of clients clear their debt burdens away and start fresh financially.
My goal is to help you do the same. I can assist you from the beginning of the individual bankruptcy process to the end, so you can be confident every step of the way.
Call me today for a consultation.