Chapter 7: Debt Discharge

The promise of an accelerated path to discharge of most or all consumer debt is an attractive feature of Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Through debt discharge, debts will actually be wiped out. After they have been notified, creditors will face stiff penalties if they try to collect on debts during the bankruptcy process or after it is completed. Creditors rarely if ever violate these rules.

A Fresh Start

Many consumers can find a fresh start through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you are overwhelmed with unmanageable credit card debts, medical debts and other unsecured, dischargeable debts, talk to a debt relief lawyer to explore your options, including bankruptcy alternatives.

Determining Eligibility

The Crow Law Firm in Monroe is prepared to help you determine, through the government-mandated means test and an evaluation of your unique circumstances, whether you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If so, you may look forward to a financial clean slate just a few months after filing.

Our Attorneys Are Familiar With The Bankruptcy Court

If you choose our law firm to file your Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, you can rest assured you will be in good hands throughout the entire process. Our familiarity with the bankruptcy court trustees and staff is one of the factors that helps us streamline the process for many bankruptcy clients.

Ask Us About Bankruptcy In North Carolina And Your Financial Challenges

Our lawyers are here to guide you, not to judge you. There is no shame in bringing your debt problems to our attention. We are committed to helping people overwhelmed by debt find appropriate debt relief solutions. Call 704-288-3262 or send an email to request a consultation with a North Carolina Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.