West Hartford Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers
Are you facing foreclosure, steep credit card balances, or unaffordable medical bills? If so, the Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys at Steier & McCormick, LLC can help you work your way out of your current financial situation and toward a better financial future.
From our offices in West Hartford and Avon, Connecticut, our experienced attorneys will provide you with the personalized legal service you deserve. Our attorneys handle every aspect of your bankruptcy case and will help you every step of the way.
Stop Foreclosure: Benefits of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Homeowners who cannot agree to a workout agreement with their mortgage lender can still stop foreclosure proceedings by filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Unlike a work-out agreement, your Chapter 13 plan cannot be denied by your lender as long as it satisfies a Chapter 13 trustee and the court.
Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, where there may be a risk of losing personal property, you can choose to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy and, if you meet the necessary requirements, you will not risk losing any of your personal belongings. If you qualify, we will work with you to develop a three-to five-year repayment plan that fits your budget. So long as you abide by this plan, you will remain in possession of all of your possessions.
Our bankruptcy attorneys can also help you get rid of any judgment liens or second or third mortgages on your property. Depending on your situation, these debts can be wiped away at the end of your three to five year repayment period.
Contact an Avon Lawyer for Help Filing Personal Bankruptcy
When you come to our office, we will carefully listen to your situation and your needs. We are ready to help whether you need to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, structure a mortgage modification or are in need of other legal services. Contact our bankruptcy lawyers online today, or call 866-895-5199 for a free consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.