Middletown Bankruptcy Attorneys
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
A straight or Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives you a fresh start by discharging unsecured debt. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy stops wage garnishments, harassing phone calls and letters from collection agents, and all collection activity against you. Generally, you may keep your house and automobiles while filing a Chapter 7 or straight bankruptcy.
Filing with Keegan & Co Attorneys, LLC
Our no-obligation, free consultation allows you to bring in your current bills and discuss with our bankruptcy attorneys your particular situation. We help you get back on your feet. After-hour appointments are available. Call our Butler County and Warren County, Ohio firm and let us help with your Chapter 7 bankruptcy claims.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is also known as a debt consolidation plan. In a Chapter 13, our attorneys are able to stop your creditors from continuing or proceeding with a foreclosure on your house or repossession of your car. In most cases, if your car has been repossessed, we can have it returned with the filing of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case.
We can also allow you to cure any mortgage or vehicle delinquencies over a long period of time. Our bankruptcy law firm can force unsecured creditors to stop interest charges, and in most cases you will only have to pay back a percentage of the creditor’s debt.
More about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Each individual’s facts and circumstances vary, and the above discussion is an outline of what is available. You are encouraged to schedule a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case with our attorneys. In almost every case, we are able to help individuals solve their debt problems.