Can I File For Bankruptcy?

People often struggle under difficult debt situations far longer than they need to. They also often face consequences such as repossession, garnishments and foreclosure that they could have avoided by educating themselves about what debt relief options are available in their particular circumstances. The most common reasons people continue to live under difficult debt are:

  • Believing they do not have enough debt to qualify for bankruptcy
  • Believing they make too much money to qualify for bankruptcy

The Bankruptcy Code offers a number of protections to people who are living with difficult debt situations. What constitutes a difficult debt situation varies from individual to individual and household to household. A skilled lawyer who is experienced in bankruptcy can help you understand how you can benefit from filing for bankruptcy protection. Some of the benefits include:

  • Discharge of most debts (credit cards, medical bills, etc.)
  • Repayment plans that allow a person to catch up on delinquent payments
  • The automatic stay, which puts an immediate halt to all collection activities, including repossession, garnishments and foreclosure

Helping You Make Informed Financial Decisions

At Sheppard Law Office, PC, we pride ourselves in helping people understand the full range of options that are available to them for debt relief. If bankruptcy is right for you, we will help you effectively navigate the system so that you come out of bankruptcy on more sound financial footing that allows you to move forward and build the life you want. Let us help you secure the debt relief that you need.

Contact The Spokane Valley Means Test Lawyer Of Sheppard Law Office, PC

You can fight foreclosure. Learn about how bankruptcy can help you get the fresh start you deserve. To schedule a free initial consultation with our Spokane Valley bankruptcy eligibility attorney, call 509-368-7620 or toll free at 866-440-6653, or simply contact us online.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.