Call Steven M. Fishman to Get a Fresh Start with a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Countryside
For a Fresh Start With a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Oldsmar, Call Steven M. Fishman
Struggling to pay your bills every month can make you feel as if you are drowning in debt. Steven M. Fishman is a bankruptcy lawyer here to help you with the fresh start of a chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oldsmar. This type of bankruptcy is often called a “fresh start” bankruptcy because it offers the most help with less harm and impact than other types of bankruptcy. Call our office at 727-724-9044 to get your free no-obligation consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who will review your circumstances and explain your options. After your review, he will be able to recommend if filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oldsmar is the right choice for you and your personal financial situation.
Harassed by Creditors and Feel as if You’re Drowning in Debt?
Don’t let the feeling of drowning in debt get you stressed out. Long term stress from financial burdens can affect your health. Call our office and get started on stopping the stress and burden. Once we file a chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oldsmar, nearly all your creditors’ harassment and actions must stop including lawsuits, garnishments, and foreclosures. Stop stress from ruining your mental and physical health by calling us today to get started on your chapter 7 bankruptcy and get the fresh start you deserve.
Our Experience Counts When Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Oldsmar
When filing for bankruptcy chapter 7, you want an experienced and reputable bankruptcy attorney on your side because bankruptcy is a serious and complicated court procedure. Steven M. Fishman has been assisting people in getting a fresh start in Pinellas County for over 25 years. He has the kind of experience you want on your side to help you navigate through the intricate factors of filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oldsmar. Our office will help you with the Means Test, inform you which debts can be discharged and what assets are exempt and which aren’t. We will use our experience and knowledge to help you get through your bankruptcy with less stress while keeping your dignity intact.
When is a Bankruptcy Chapter 7 the Right Choice for You?
After we review your financial situation during our free no-obligation consultation, we will know if filing for bankruptcy chapter 7 is the best option for you. It is usually a good choice if you have medical bills, credits card, signature loans, personal guarantees, most money judgements and some taxes. It will not help with student loans, child support, alimony or ‘bad debt” behavior.
Most clients who file for chapter 7 bankruptcy are able to keep their retirement funds, cars, home, household possessions and other assets. Depending on the circumstances, it can wipe out certain IRS taxes, judgement liens, and force your bank to mediate you home loan to protect the title of your home.
After your case is filed, we will have a meeting to make sure you are prepared for the next step which is a creditor meeting with your court appointed Trustee. Within a matter of weeks, in most cases, you will receive your legal discharge and have the fresh financial start you deserve.
Schedule Your No-Obligation Complimentary Consultation Today!
All court proceedings have dangers and a chapter 7 bankruptcy in Oldsmar is no different. If you do not know what you are doing, it could put some of your assets at risk. This is exactly why it is so important to schedule your no-obligation complimentary consultation with our office so you can speak with an experience bankruptcy lawyer. Steven M. Fishman has the knowledge and experience to review your circumstances with you and give counsel on your financial options. Contact us today to get started on your debt relief plan for a fresh financial start.
The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the United States Bankruptcy Code.