Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
People experience debt problems for a variety of reasons. Income loss, a divorce filing, uncovered medical expenses, mortgage adjustments and excessive obligations are among the most common things that contribute to unmanageable debt. Regardless of how your debt accumulated, solutions are available. Bankruptcy is one of them. Consumer bankruptcy is a legal right protected by federal law, and it is a powerful tool that can bring great relief to you if you feel powerless about your finances and you are being harassed by bill collectors. Bankruptcy is not for everyone, but it is important to explore your options to see if it may be right for you.
At Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, our lawyers have helped many Pennsylvania families and individuals get a fresh start through Chapter 7 bankruptcy; we have also assisted clients with Chapter 13 filings that helped them keep their assets. Contact us for a free consultation regarding your debt situation.
Help With Many Types Of Debt
If you qualify for Chapter 7, which does have certain income and asset requirements, you may be able to wipe out most or all of your consumer debt while keeping assets like your home and vehicle. You can get rid of and discharge the following debts:
- Credit card debt
- Medical bills
- Personal loans
- Payday and check loans
- Secured debts such as vehicle loans
- Tax debt
Child/spousal support payments, student loan debt and some taxes will not be eliminated through a bankruptcy filing. It is important to talk to a qualified legal professional about your specific debts. We also assist business owners with Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Contact A Debt Relief Attorney Today
Call us at or toll free at to learn more about bankruptcy. If you qualify and choose to file, our Greensburg Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys and legal staff will do all the necessary paperwork, and make sure you get the maximum relief allowed by federal law.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.