Virginia Bankruptcy Attorneys
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Are you in debt? Talk to a local bankruptcy lawyer to see if bankruptcy can help you.
The Virginia bankruptcy lawyers from Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law have the legal and ethical obligations to zealously represent your best interests. By law, the Virginia bankruptcy lawyers represent only your interests so you are ensured that your bankruptcy attorney is fighting for your rights.
Serious debt can be caused by a variety of factors. Perhaps you’ve lost your job or suffered a medical condition that has left you with more medical bills than you can pay. Or, like many Americans, your dollars don’t go as far as they used to and you’ve had to increasingly use credit cards to get by.
Regardless of the reason you find yourself in debt, the threatening and harassing phone calls from debt collectors can be a terrible burden. You are probably looking for options.
Remember, many debt consolidation programs are not lawyers and are sometimes sponsored by banks (your creditors). They don't have the same strict requirements to protect your best interests. That is why it is paramount for anyone considering Virginia bankruptcy to first consult a bankruptcy attorney. A Virginia bankruptcy attorney will represent only your interests.
Fortunately, Virginia bankruptcy attorneys can use the Virginia bankruptcy laws through the federal United States Bankruptcy Code to protect you. Click the link below and Jacoby & Meyers – Bankruptcy will put you in touch with a local Virginia bankruptcy lawyer.
Our group of sponsoring Virginia bankruptcy lawyers work out of multiple convenient office locations. They can help you stop wage garnishments, repossessions, foreclosures, lawsuits and creditor harassment. With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy these Virginia bankruptcy lawyers can consolidate all your past due payments and balances and give you between 3 and 5 years to pay them off. And, your co-signers can receive the same protection in some circumstances!
Virginia bankruptcy attorneys help clients solve financial problems and get a fresh start in life. Whether it is recommending a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13, let us put you in touch with a lawyer close to you to help recommend solutions to your debt problems.
Chapter 7 - provided for under US federal law entitles you to a fresh start and is usually recommended for someone with no assets. A Chapter 7 Virginia bankruptcy filing generally allows you to discharge your unsecured debts and keep exempt equity in your home. Your equity is then protected from any creditor who has claims eliminated in the filing. Please talk to one of our experienced Virginia bankruptcy attorneys before dipping into any retirement savings or home equity as you struggle to pay your bills.
A Chapter 13 is usually an interest-free debt repayment plan through which you consolidate your debts and make payments over a 3 to 5 year period. Chapter 13 is most often used to save a house from foreclosure or to save a car from repossession. A Chapter 13 Virginia bankruptcy plan lets you pay off your most secured loans first and delays payment of unsecured debts. The majority of the initial payments can be applied towards mortgage and automobile payment defaults. Credit cards and medical bills can be paid after these secured and other priority claims have been paid off.
Jacoby Meyers Bankruptcy Law offers a free 24-hour information hot line to answer many of your questions. In addition, our web site provides outstanding resources including information on how to rebuild your credit and correct your credit report. We will be happy to connect you with a local Virginia bankruptcy attorney today!