Relief Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Climbing out from under the burden of overwhelming debt can be a challenging task to face alone. When dealing with debt related to credit card bills, personal loan payments, medical bills or high mortgage rates, the assistance of an experienced Lincoln Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer can be vital to helping you find relief from your debt.
With more than 25 years of experience offering Chapter 7 bankruptcy advice to clients in the Lincoln, southeastern and central Nebraska areas, the Law Office of Paul W. Rea strives to provide the informative and detailed advice you need to find relief from overwhelming debt. With your financial well-being and your future always in mind, I work hard to help you understand the Chapter 7 process, the benefits you can expect to obtain and how the process can impact your future.
Detailed Chapter 7 Advice Tailored to Your Specific Needs
After carefully examining your specific financial situation, I will provide informative Chapter 7 advice that directly relates to your situation.
The Chapter 7 process, commonly referred to as liquidation bankruptcy, allows for the discharge of unsecured debts following the liquidation or sale of nonexempt assets. I offer advice on how the process can impact your assets and your future, and take great care to help you understand whether you will be able to keep the assets you hold most dear, including your home and car.
Upon filing for Chapter 7 relief, an automatic stay is put into effect, ending foreclosure proceedings, wage garnishments and harassing calls from creditors and bill collectors. Within three to five months of your initial filing, your debt can be eliminated, leaving you with a fresh start to a renewed financial future.
Contact My Office For A Personalized Solution
Contact my office online or call 402-858-1308 or toll free 866-698-0225 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your specific Chapter 7 concerns and learn whether a Chapter 7 filing is right for you.
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.