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WHY DO YOU NEED TO FILE “CHAPTER 7” PRO SE BANKRUPTCY?

Bankruptcy laws does not require debtors to have an attorney to file for bankruptcy relief. You are allowed to represent yourself in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy as a “Pro se” debtor. “Bankruptcy” can be a daunting and even frightening, concept.

A better way to deal with these fears was conceived by the founders of our country when they, purposefully, included in the Constitution the “subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States.” And so, through several incarnations, the present bankruptcy law remains the surest way to obtain a fresh financial start.

Individuals can file bankruptcy without an attorney, which is called filing Pro se.

One out of every 10 Bankruptcy cases is filed WITHOUT a lawyer.

Once you have filed for bankruptcy, your wage garnishment will cease. Creditors included in the filing must stop all collection activity after a bankruptcy is filed, including garnishment proceedings. Your extra wages should help you catch up on your mortgage payments and assist in solving one of your financial troubles.

SO YOU MAY ASK – WHY DO YOU NEED TO FILE “CHAPTER 7” BANKRUPTCY?

Fresh Start
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a form of debt relief by which you may eliminate unsecured debts such as credit cards, medical bills and personal loans. In most cases, you can keep your home, car and other personal belongings. In order to be eligible for Chapter 7, your income, usually, can be no greater than the medium income for your State, based on the size of your family.

Stop Garnishments
A Chapter 7 is one of the most effective ways to immediately stop garnishments. Garnishments can take a portion of your hard-earned wages, making it nearly impossible for you to afford basic necessities. By filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and stopping the garnishment, you will be able to use your income for more important necessities for your family and possibly start saving for your family’s future.

Stop Creditor Harassment
If creditors are bothering you at work or home, harassing your family, friends and neighbors, call at all hours, you can put an end to it immediately simply using our Bankruptcy package to file your Bankruptcy.

Cosigner Is Not Paying
If you cosigned for a friend or relative, and their failure to pay that debt has resulted in collection activity or a lawsuit against you, Chapter 7 can eliminate your liability for the cosigned debt.

Eliminate Repossession Debt
After your vehicle is repossessed, they auction it off to reduce their loss, usually at a sales price much less than the retail value. You are still responsible for the balance on the car, called a “deficiency balance.” Remove the risk of law suits & garnishments arising from the deficiency balance by filing a Chapter 7.

“Reaffirm” Credit Cards You Want to Keep
The process of “reaffirmation” during the chapter 7 bankruptcy, will allow you to retain credit cards for which you, and the credit card company, want the relationship to continue. When you “reaffirm” the debt, you usually must promise to pay the debt you otherwise would eliminate in the proceedings.

End Law Suits
Lawsuits to collect debts are automatically enjoined upon the filing of a chapter 7 bankruptcy. The worry of a judgment with resultant garnishments and levies will no longer be a concern. The creditor must abide by bankruptcy laws and stop the lawsuit!

Rebuild Your Credit
Chapter 7 is one way for you to begin re-establishing your credit by reducing your debt-to-income ratio. With little or no remaining debt, lenders may see that you will be better able to repay your debts in the future. Many people who file Chapter 7 will finance cars after discharge and may even receive solicitation for unsecured credit within months. With our package, your can also see the estimate of what your credit score will be 1 year after the bankruptcy is completed, if you follow the prescribed plan.

Now What?

Our Pro se Bankruptcy package may be able to provide you with many of the following benefits. BUY NOW
(Forms, Pleadings and Guides, Case Law, References – Including Adversary Proceeding).

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