UNDERSTAND YOUR OPTIONS WITH FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY
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When creditors are ringing the phone off the hook, garnishing, foreclosing, and/or pounding at the door, what are you supposed to do? Reach out to the the Law Offices of Vortman and Feinstein to take back control. Attorney Feinstein has focused solely on bankruptcy law for the past four decades and can help you get a fresh start. Our legal team will assist you in filing, guide you through every step of the process and advise you on the best way to bounce back financially after filing.
No matter what your bankruptcy law needs are, we’re here to help. Get in touch with Mr. Feinstein when you’re ready to get your life back.
Which chapter of bankruptcy is right for you?
Mr. Feinstein has helped Seattle residents who are declaring bankruptcy file the right way since 1975. We’ll assess your financial situation and recommend the best option for you. Let us help explain the different bankruptcy types:
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy liquidates any existing, nonexempt assets. They are sold and the funds are distributed to creditors. If you have no assets, this is the easiest form of bankruptcy. Chapter 7 will stop lenders from taking your paycheck and from forcing home foreclosure. This type will also wipe out your credit card, loans, and other general debts.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy restructures debt for corporation, partnerships, and individuals. It enables businesses to stay operational and pay creditors over time while finding some relief from crippling debts racked up over time.
Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy means that you will create a payment plan to repay your debts. These installments are made over a period of three to five years, and the process allows you to restructure your debts into affordable payments based on income.
Learn more about your options by calling the Law Offices of Vortman and Feinstein!
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