Chapter 7 is usually a relatively quick process. Most consumer bankruptcy cases will take 4 to 5 months from start to finish.
Chapter 7 is designed to discharge (get rid of) most debts including credit cards, medical bills, and even some old income tax debts. Wipe the slate clean.
Chapter 7 can also discharge deficiencies after foreclosure on a home or after repossession of a vehicle.
In order to take advantage of this tool, we'll need to determine if you're eligible to file for Chapter 7 using the “means test.” To do the calculation you'll need to provide us with pay advices (such as paystubs) for you and all of your household members.
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