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HANDLING VIRGINIA CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY CASES
The bankruptcy law was created to help people. However, most people don’t want to file for a bankruptcy unless they absolutely have to.
The new bankruptcy laws have made it more difficult to file for a bankruptcy in Virginia and filing bankruptcy will require more steps than in the past. However, it is still possible to file for bankruptcy in Virginia. Our Virginia lawyers routinely help clients exercise their constitutional right to file for a bankruptcy in Virginia.
If you are considering filing a bankruptcy in Virginia, please call us today at 888-437-7747 for a consultation with a Virginia lawyer to determine whether filing a bankruptcy is right for you. We have Virginia attorneys and client meeting locations in Virginia.
For more information regarding a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Virginia or to make an appointment with a SRIS, P.C. Virginia lawyer, please call us at 888-437-7747
THE RIGHT TYPE OF BANKRUPTCY
Our attorneys handle Chapter 7 bankruptcies in Virginia.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as liquidation, allows some individuals and businesses to liquidate assets and eliminate debts.
Talk to us and we will help you determine which type of bankruptcy is right for you in Virginia.
Our Virginia attorneys will fight those aggressive and annoying creditors for you when you hire us for your bankruptcy case. Our Virginia lawyers are skilled and knowledgeable in all types of bankruptcy law. Let a SRIS, P.C. lawyer in Virginia help you get the relief that you need and deserve.
Bankruptcy law is mostly federal law and it is important to be aware of the most current bankruptcy laws. Bankruptcy proceedings are handled in the United States Bankruptcy Courts.
What is a Ch.7 bankruptcy?
The main goal of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is to provide a fresh start. Chapter 7 bankruptcies are the most common form of bankruptcy filings. More than 65% of all consumer bankruptcy filings are Chapter 7 bankruptcy filings.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is also known as liquidation or a straight bankruptcy. Unlike other bankruptcy filings, a debtor does not make payments to the trustee in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
If you fear that you may lose some of your possessions in a bankruptcy, discuss it with our Virginia Lawyer.
The United States Bankruptcy Code may allow the debtor to keep some or all of the property. Often, a debtor will continue to make payments on a car loan or a mortgage on their home. This is done by signing a reaffirmation agreement. This agreement removes a particular loan from bankruptcy protection.
The Chapter 7 bankruptcy process is usually quite short. Typically some or all of the debts will be discharged within months after the bankruptcy petition is filed by an attorney. While the process sounds simple it can be very complicated.
Our Virginia attorneys and staff speak various languages, including English, Tamil, Arabic, Spanish, French, Hindi, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Telugu.
For more information or to make an appointment with a SRIS, P.C.lawyer in Virginia, please call us at 888-437-7747.
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