What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
Chapter 7 bankruptcy requires the liquidation of assets in order to pay your debts. This is the best option available if you have little to no income and considerable debt. The biggest benefit of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that once your assets are sold and the money is transferred to your creditors, you will no longer be responsible for your remaining consumer debt.
Despite the good it can do, many people are afraid of filing for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. The fear of liquidation or losing their home prevents them from taking this important step on the road to recovery. If you aren't sure what type of bankruptcy is right for your financial circumstances, then contact us before making a decision. A Wichita Chapter 7 lawyer may be able to help you protect your assets and prevent a complete liquidation, but you won't know for sure until you call.
Philip L. Weiser, a Wichita Bankruptcy Lawyer for the People
Before attending law school, Weiser worked for 15 years in law enforcement. During that time, he learned firsthand that the law can either work for you or against you. Although he ultimately decided to help people as a lawyer, his time as a police officer has made Weiser particularly suited for helping Wichita residents facing a legal or financial crisis. During this stressful process, you deserve a compassionate lawyer who understands the difficulty surrounding your bankruptcy. You deserve a legal representative who will fight tooth and nail to ensure your proceedings are as quick and painless as possible.
If you are looking for the right Wichita bankruptcy attorney to represent you, call Phillip L. Weiser today.