Whether you have already decided to file for bankruptcy or are still considering your options, it is important that you take the time to educate yourself on the bankruptcy process. Depending on whether you are filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, there are specific steps which must be taken that are individual to those chapters.
At Michael A. Fakhoury, ESQ., PC, I have nearly 20 years of experience representing individuals and families like yourself. As a debt relief agency, my firm helps people file for relief under the bankruptcy code.
If you would like to speak with a Fishkill bankruptcy lawyer about your options, contact my firm now at (845) 795-3326.
Before you can file your petition and before a court approves your bankruptcy petition, there are a few steps that must be closely followed. If you are filing for Chapter 7, you will be expected to take a means test to see if you qualify. Based on the results of this test, I may recommend that you file for Chapter 13, if you do not have enough non-exempt assets or if your disposal income is too high.
The basic steps of the bankruptcy process include:
By learning about the bankruptcy timeline and how the process works, you can make a decision whether bankruptcy is right for you. You will also know what to expect throughout the upcoming days, weeks, and months while seeking relief through this legal remedy. If you decide this is the road you want to take, I can sit down with you to determine which chapter is most appropriate for your debt problems.
At my debt relief agency, I help people file for relief under the bankruptcy code. Take the first step by setting up a free consultation with a Fishkill bankruptcy lawyer. Call (845) 795-3326!