What Assets You Can Protect During Bankruptcy
When searching for relief from the burdens of overwhelming debt, you may be well-served to consult an experienced Lincoln bankruptcy law attorney for advice. The guidance of legal counsel can help you find answers to the many questions you likely have when considering bankruptcy as a debt relief outlet, including those relating to your home, car and other assets.
At the Law Office of Paul W. Rea, I have more than 25 years of experience in consumer bankruptcy work so I can offer detailed and understanding bankruptcy information to clients considering filing for bankruptcy in the Lincoln, southeastern and central Nebraska areas. My knowledge, combined with my dedication to providing the most effective debt relief guidance possible, allows me to address the many concerns you likely have when considering filing for debt relief assistance.
Offering Detailed Advice on Bankruptcy Exemptions
Whether you are considering filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, you should be aware of how the programs will impact your life, your assets and your future.
I take great care to help you understand the process and explain how certain bankruptcy exemptions apply to your unique situation. These exemptions can allow you to retain possession of some of the most important assets you have worked so hard for, including:
- Homes and other property
- Retirement funds
- Family heirlooms
- Work-related tools and equipment
Nearly all of my clients have been able to keep their most treasured assets during bankruptcy. To help you retain the bulk of your assets, I take great care to examine your situation, goals and concerns before offering advice on completing a bankruptcy filing that gives you the best chance to keep your assets while also obtaining the maximum benefits from the program.
Call Today For Answers To Your Bankruptcy Questions
The Law Office of Paul W. Rea is recognized as being a debt relief agency under 11 U.S.C. Sec. 528. This office helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.