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Debt Relief
(801) 895-4500
Debt Relief - Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
140 West 2100 South, Suite 212
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 895-4500
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Debt Relief
Debt relief is used to consolidate your credit card debt and loans into a monthly payment you can afford. A debt attorney will contact your loan and credit card companies in hopes to restructure your debt. Debt relief may allow you to repay less with lower monthly payments and possibly get out of debt quicker. It is not recommended to attempt any method of debt relief on your own. Debt relief should always be done by a debt attorney. The purpose of debt relief is to arrange payments you can afford over the next 3 to 5 years to repay your debt. Make sure you choose a reputable debt attorney to handle your debt relief. There should always be more than one solution to your debt problems, so if you are only offered one solution keep looking. It’s best to do a little research about any debt attorney you may use. Check with the Better Business Bureau to see if they are any complaints against them and find out how long they have been in business. You don’t want to leave something as important as your debt to one of the many inexperienced and unqualified companies offering debt relief services. You need to feel comfortable and confident that the debt attorney you choose has your best interest in mind. When it comes to bankruptcy, filing for bankruptcy is a serious and sometimes complicated matter and could affect your life for years to come. This is why you should consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney before the bankruptcy process begins. Retaining a bankruptcy attorney at the very beginning, when possible problems start to arise, is your best solution to obtaining the best possible results. There are several types of bankruptcy. A chapter 7 bankruptcy can leave you with a nearly clean financial slate, but can it be a very complicated process. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy requires a significant amount of paperwork, and other requirements before the court will consider discharging your debts. A chapter 13 bankruptcy, restructures your debt in a way that makes it possible to repay all or part of their debts. Depending on the debtor’s income, a payment plan can be set up to make installments to creditors over three to five years to eliminate the debt. During this payment plan time, a creditor is forbidden from starting or continuing collection efforts. A chapter 13 bankruptcy is easier to complete than a chapter 7 and is used more often by debtors. It is essential to have a skilled bankruptcy attorney evaluate whether Chapter 7 or a chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you and guide you through the process. Stop by our office for a consultation and see how our bankruptcy attorney can assist you in making sure that the results of your bankruptcy are in your best interests.