A Schererville Bankruptcy Attorney Can Answer Your Questions Today
If you are struggling to pay back thousands of dollars worth of debt, have fallen behind on your mortgage payments, and are at risk of having your vehicle or other items repossessed, you may be wondering what your options are. At the Schmidt Whitten & Whitten, we know how intimidating high amounts of debt can be, and have spent the last 20 years in Indiana helping people just like you get back on their feet again financially.
One option for escaping debt and moving forward economically in life is filing for bankruptcy. While filing for bankruptcy is not for everyone, it may provide you with the clean slate you need. If you are ready to learn more right now, contact our law offices for a free consultation.
Is Filing for Bankruptcy Right For Me?
Filing for bankruptcy is not the right situation for everyone, and can have consequences. For example, filing for bankruptcy can be devastating for your credit score, and make it very hard for you to open a line of credit or get a loan in the future.
If there are no other options, though, filing for bankruptcy may be right for you. By filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can have the majority of your debts discharged, giving you a fresh start. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be able to keep your house and other possessions by working out a payment plan with your creditors in which you make payments over a three to five year time period. Both of these options can provide those struggling with debt with the financial relief they desperately need.
We Are Here to Answer Your Credit Questions and Support You Throughout the Process
At the Schmidt Whitten & Whitten, our lawyers are here to answer your credit questions and support you through the process. We can help you discover the answers to the following questions:
- Is filing bankruptcy right for me?
- What are the advantages of filing for bankruptcy?
- Are there any downsides to filing for bankruptcy?
- Do I qualify to file for bankruptcy?
- What do I need to do before filing for bankruptcy?
- Can I file for bankruptcy more than once?
- Will I get to keep my house and my car?
- Can my student loan debt be discharged?
- What is the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- How will filing for bankruptcy affect my credit?
- What other options are there?
Contact Our Law Office for More Information Today
We understand what you are going through, and we want to help. Our lawyers use our more than two decades’ worth of experience to competently guide our clients through all of the unknowns surrounding bankruptcy, and help them improve their futures. To schedule your free consultation with us today, use our online form or call our offices directly.
Schedule A Free Consultation
At Schmidt Whitten & Whitten, we offer a free consultation during which we will examine the facts of your case and advise you on how best to proceed