Manassas Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Burke Debt Relief Attorney

If you are struggling with debt, and are considering filing for bankruptcy, you likely have many questions. A Manassas, Virginia, bankruptcy lawyer at the law firm of Thomas R. Breeden, P.C., will inform you of your options surrounding bankruptcy, including the benefits of Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Contact us to schedule your initial consultation to discuss your financial situation today.

Personal Bankruptcy Eligibility

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often called personal or consumer bankruptcy because individuals are eligible for bankruptcy. The bankruptcy means test establishes whether, based on your income, you are eligible to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy. While the test establishes a maximum income level, it is important to know that many people struggling with debt are able to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a way to eliminate debt, such as the following:

  • Credit card debt
  • Home equity loan debt
  • Medical bill debt

When you need debt relief, we will help you understand whether you are eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. To minimize the stress on your life, we will represent your interests at all bankruptcy hearings and move the process along as quickly as possible.

Knowledgeable Bankruptcy Representation

Our law firm is committed to protecting the rights of consumers by helping with bankruptcy. We understand that medical bills, job loss and other uncontrollable events can culminate in overwhelming and unmanageable debt. If you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debt liquidation and asset liquidation process can eliminate debt to allow you to move on with your life.

After your bankruptcy is discharged, attorney Thomas R. Breeden will also help you enforce the permanent stay. Creditors who bother you after the bankruptcy discharge are in violation of the permanent stay and we will help stop creditor harassment.

Initial Consultation for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Contact us or call the firm at 888-704-5385 to schedule your initial consultation with a bankruptcy attorney who will inform you of your rights when you are experiencing problems with debt.