For Midland, Sanford, and Mt. Pleasant, MI
We do not judge our clients because we know that bad things can happen to good people. That being said, in many instances bankruptcy may be your best option. For example, filing for bankruptcy can stop foreclosures, repossessions, or garnishments, and allow you precious time to deal with your financial troubles. In addition, you may be able to eliminate many types of your debt (in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy) or develop a payment schedule (in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) to ease your financial burden. Each client’s unique situation will dictate whether they should file for bankruptcy. We are here to help you with that decision. Contact the bankruptcy attorney at Elmy Law, P.C. for the best advice and guidance to help get you back on track. We offer free consultations to our clients throughout Midland, Sanford, and Mt. Pleasant, MI.
What Do I Need to Know About Bankruptcy
- It does not wreck your credit for the rest of your life.
- Many people are able to purchase a car or house within 3-4 years after filing if they have established and maintained good credit.
- You cannot discharge student loans except in extreme situations.
- You do not get to choose which creditors you list
Filing for bankruptcy is not something you should do on your own. Hire a bankruptcy attorney who makes sure all the forms are filled out correctly and all the details are taken care of.
What Situations Warrant Bankruptcy?
Sometimes you fall behind because you have lost your job, gotten divorced, had medical problems that have incurred a lot of medical bills or you may be facing foreclosure. When these circumstances occur, many people find their wages and/or bank accounts being garnished. If you are unable to meet your daily living expenses and pay your debts, bankruptcy may be an option. Contact us today and explore our debt advice as well as our Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy pages to see which option fits your circumstance. We look are here for you and are proud to serve the surrounding Midland, Sanford, and Mt. Pleasant, MI communities!
When Not to File for Bankruptcy
- If you have a small amount of debt, you may want to consider debt counseling.
- If you have filed within the last few years.
- If your only source of income is Social Security you may not need to file because it cannot be garnished.