Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

Our leading Bankruptcy Attorney, Brad Patten, has in-depth experience with bankruptcy law– including filing chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 Overview:

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one of the most common types of personal bankruptcy and is often a viable option for many individuals.

If a debtor is entirely unable to repay debts and chapter 7 bankruptcy is declared, the court may order the liquidation of the debtor’s non-exempt assets if sufficient equity exists above secured claims. Certain properties that are deemed essential will be retained, while the remaining non-exempt property may be sold to pay unsecured creditors. Once this has been completed, the person is no longer in debt and is free to begin building towards a better financial future.

Why Choose a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney?

It’s important to know your options.

While bankruptcy may be the best option for you, it is important to speak with a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney to determine whether or not there are alternatives to bankruptcy. If bankruptcy is in fact the best option for your situation, your bankruptcy attorney will help identify which type of bankruptcy is best and which course of action to take next. 

Benefit from experience.

Bankruptcy law is very complex and it is very important to pay close attention to detail while filing for chapter 7. The smallest mistake can cause your personal discharge to be denied or a mistake could cause the unnecessary loss of your home, car or other important assets.  

Bankruptcy Attorney, Brad Patten, maintains a robust familiarity in filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy. His expertise will help you with each step while filing chapter 7 bankruptcy in order to avoid any unnecessary losses. Our firm will guide you through the process.

Contact us for more information.