Do you think you need to file for bankruptcy? Stop guessing! Free consultation with an attorney to discuss if bankruptcy is the right choice for you.
Saturday and evening appointments are available Telephone:
Jane Sobotta, P.A. (813) 440-7706
Once your bankruptcy case is filed, it is possible to do some or all of the following:
1. Stop the harassing telephone calls and letters from creditors for past due bills; 2. Discharge credit card debt, medical bills and other dischargeable debt; 3. Stop the lawsuits against you; 4. Avoid a judgment against you and your home; 5. Avoid paying creditors’ attorney fees and court costs; 6. Avoid foreclosure of your home; 7. Stop a garnishment of your wages.
Bankruptcy is a very complex area of law. There is a lot more to it than filling out a few forms. I will advise on which debts can be discharged and which cannot. I will provide a complete evaluation of your case and explain the various chapters of bankruptcy and other alternatives which may be available to you outside the filing of a bankruptcy. My firm handles Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases. If bankruptcy is not right for you, it may be possible to negotiate some of your outstanding past due bills and debts.
Whether you file a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, my firm will prepare the initial paperwork, file the petition, attend all hearings, and deal with harassing creditors. My firm will handle your bankruptcy file from intake to entry of the final discharge in your case.