Have you ever wondered, “How can bankruptcy help me?” If you find yourself overwhelmed with debt, the law offices of Hall & Navarro can help. Our firm has decades of experience helping regular people just like you find relief from the burden of debt.
Many people are able to successfully pay back the debt they borrow. However, there are cases where debt causes undue hardship. In the video below, bankruptcy attorney Mike Hall explains how Bankruptcy can help address your financial problems, and help you find financial relief.
“Bankruptcy is an interesting practice because some point in everyone’s life there are financial problems. These can arise from a death, an illness, divorce, or something else that comes up.”
These events can leave individuals struggling to make ends meet. He goes on to explain the various types of bankruptcy handled by Hall & Navarro.
What are the Different Types of Bankruptcy?
“Bankruptcy is one area in which we can provide real benefit for people by helping them to address their financial problems. We work in personal bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. We also handle Chapter 11 and Chapter 12. Chapter 12 is for farmers.”
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows our clients to discharge, or clear, some or all of their debts. In contrast, Chapter 13 filings give clients a chance to reduce and reorganize debt, making payments more manageable. Our bankruptcy attorneys also handle Chapter 11, which is reserved for corporations or partnerships. Finally, we can help with Chapter 12. Chapter 12 is for those who qualify as family farmers or family fishermen.
The decision to file bankruptcy may, or may not, be the best decision for your financial situation. This is why the attorneys at Hall & Navarro are here to help you through the process. If you are thinking of filing bankruptcy, the first step is to fill out our free online Bankruptcy Case Evaluation Form. Once we have received and reviewed the form, a representative from one of our offices in Statesboro or Springfield will contact you to schedule your Free Bankruptcy Consultation.