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Southaven Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is often referred to as “Straight” Bankruptcy or Liquidation. When most people talk about bankruptcy, it is a Chapter 7 bankruptcy they have in mind.
If the debt you owe to creditors is unsecured, for example, hospital bills and credit card debts, the best solution might be to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. This will allow you completely erase these debts and still retain some assets.
For those needing to start afresh within a shorter period of time, Chapter 7 may be the answer.
Whether you need to completely erase certain debts or you want to start afresh quickly, contact the experienced bankruptcy attorneys at Salu & Salu Law Firm to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our Mississippi and Tennessee bankruptcy attorneys help clients seeking debt relief in Northern Mississippi and Western Tennessee.
Don’t let creditors continue to harass you, calling you at odd hours, interrupting your sleep at night, threatening you over the phone simply because you owe them money.
If you need to start afresh, and are tired of creditors calling and harassing you because of unpaid debts, contact us today for your FREE consultation.
Memphis Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
Sometimes, filing bankruptcy can be the only way to solve your problem. Due to the automatic stay provision of the Bankruptcy Code, debtors can get debt relief by filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy to resolve financial and property-related matters including:
- Put a Stop to Paycheck and Wage Garnishment
- Erase Credit Card Debts
- Erase Medical Bills
- Unsecured debts
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If you need to file bankruptcy, contact one of our bankruptcy attorneys today or call us at 662-342-7007 or 1-888-560-6690 for a confidential and FREE CONSULTATION. We help clients all over Mississippi, Tennessee and Florida, including Olive Branch, Horn Lake, Memphis, Desoto County, Tate County and Lafayette County.
We will discuss the available legal options for your specific case and answer any of your bankruptcy related questions, including fees needed to file.
Credit Cards and Hospital Bills
Recovery of Repossessed Car or Personal Property
Unpaid Taxes by IRS and other governmental agencies
Strip Property Liens
Bankruptcy and Divorce