Bankruptcy Lawyer in Greenville
Helping You Regain Control of Your Life
If you have become overburdened by debt and can no longer make the minimum payments on your mortgage or credit card bills, you may need to consider looking into filing for bankruptcy. Prior to filing for bankruptcy, there are some eligibility requirements that you must meet in order for the court to consider your request.
Are you considering filing for bankruptcy and want more information on the process? Call (866) 291-1822 and schedule a one-on-one appointment with our Greenville bankruptcy attorneys!
To better understand said requirements, you should schedule an appointment with our experienced bankruptcy attorneys at Burch Law Office. During your initial consultation with our staff, we can discuss the different types of bankruptcy, as well as their specific requirements and stipulations.
Our firm provides assistance with:
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
If you are eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, all of your current debt may be canceled out, yet your property will also be liquidated to repay your debtors. The actual process often takes roughly four to six months to complete and varies in cost. Prior to the completion of your case, you will also be required to attend credit counseling with an agency approved by the court. One of the greatest benefits of this process is that creditors cannot garnish your wages, go after your property, or attempt to obtain funds via your bank account.
Call (866) 291-1822 for a Judgement Free Consultation!
Filing for bankruptcy is a serious decision that should not be taken lightly. There are both positive and negative elements to the process and you should take some time to thoroughly evaluate your options. At Burch Law Office, we can not only provide you with a clear understanding of the various types of bankruptcy, but also help resolve any underlying concerns you have about your financial outlook.
To request an appointment with our Greenville bankruptcy attorneys, please
contact our firm
at (866) 291-1822!