In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy the Trustee determines whether the debtor has any property which is not protected by the law (non-exempt property). The Trustee sells the debtor’s non-exempt property and pays the proceeds to creditors. Depending on the debtor’s property, the law may protect all of her property and the Trustee sells nothing and the creditors get paid nothing. The case lasts only a few months.
How Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Can Help?
Stop Wage Garnishments
Stop Collection Calls
Wipe out unsecured debt like Credit Cards, Medical Bills, Pay Day Loans, and Car Deficiencies
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Roadmap
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Brent M. Myer practices in the areas of consumer bankruptcy and debt collection defense and has over 15 years of consumer bankruptcy experience. He has represented debtors, creditors, and a Chapter 13 Trustee.
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