Helping Pierce County Residents Move Forward With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
For Washington debtors hoping to maintain possession of their homes and make up missed car payments (among other debts) over time, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be an attractive choice. Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to repay your debts over time and, after a few years, resume the terms of your original loan agreement(s).
What Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Looks Like
Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which resembles a liquidation, Chapter 13 bankruptcy serves as more of a reorganization of your debt. During the course of your three-to-five-year debt repayment plan, in which a portion of your future income is given to your creditors, you and your family will have the opportunity to avoid foreclosure, prevent interest from accruing on your debt and maintain possession of all non-exempt property.
The Road to Solvency Starts Now
Having dedicated her career to helping Lakewood residents navigate the complexities of Chapter 13 bankruptcy, attorney Maria Stirbis understands that nothing comes easy in the world of financial insecurity. She brings a compassionate approach to the needs of each and every client, and her commitment to helping you obtain debt relief is unrivaled. Contact Liberty Law LLC today for or information.