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Looking for a Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyer? The Grand Rapids bankruptcy lawyers at Krupp Law Offices PC can answer your bankruptcy questions. If you are facing financial problems, a good bankruptcy lawyer is not an option, it's a requirement! Our lawyers can answer your questions about bankruptcy. Having the right bankruptcy lawyer on your side can relieve your stress during your difficult financial times. Our bankruptcy lawyers have 85 years of bankruptcy experience helping people with their financial problems. We can give you a financial analysis and explain your bankruptcy options.
WHAT CAN A GRAND RAPIDS BANKRUPTCY LAWYER DO FOR YOU?
- STOP FINANCIAL STRESS AND GARNISHMENTS.
- STOP CREDITOR HARASSMENT AND CALLS.
- STOP FORECLOSURE AND REPOSSESSIONS.
- FREE CONSULTATION AND DEBT ANALYSIS.
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WHAT IS CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY?
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is what people traditionally think of as "bankruptcy". Generally, chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates your all unsecured debt such as credit cards, medical bills, back due utilities, and repossessed cars debts. You keep your assets such as cars, home, personal property, jewelry, and tax refunds and you pay nothing to the trustee (exempt property).
The typical cost is 1,350.00 (which includes the filing fee). The process starts with a phone consultation with one of our Grand Rapids bankruptcy attorneys. We will do an initial review of your assets, debts, income, and expenses. At that point we will explain your all your options to eliminate your debt. If you determine that bankruptcy is your best option, we will schedule an appointment to gather the information necessary for your bankruptcy. We prepare your bankruptcy petition and file it with the court. You are now protected from your creditors. About 5 weeks later, there is a meeting with the Bankruptcy trustee (341 meeting) to review your bankruptcy petition. We attend the trustee meeting with you. The process is easy and takes about 90 days total and requires one appearance at the trustee's office. You will receive your discharge about 90 days from filing. It is just that easy!
WHAT IS CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY?
Chapter 13 bankruptcy reduces your debt to what you can pay, not what you owe. During your chapter 13 plan you will make payments that you can afford to the trustee for a period of 36 to 60 months. The trustee uses that money to pay you home and car, if they are behind, to get then current. They will also pay a percentage to your unsecured creditors (as little as 1,500.00 dollars) You will also pay your tax refunds to the trustee during your plan. A chapter 13 plan can be used to save a home in foreclosure. You can get your chapter 13 bankruptcy started for as little as 600.00 dollars.
The process is similar to a chapter 7 bankruptcy. The process starts with a phone consultation with one of our Grand Rapids bankruptcy attorneys. We will do an initial review of your assets, debts, income, and expenses. At that point we will explain your all your options to eliminate your debt. If you determine that chapter 13 bankruptcy is your best option, we will schedule an appointment to gather the information necessary for your chapter 13 bankruptcy. We prepare your bankruptcy petition and bankruptcy repayment plan and file it with the court. You are now protected from your creditors. About 5 weeks later, there is a meeting with the Bankruptcy trustee (341 meeting) to review your bankruptcy petition. We attend the trustee meeting with you. The trustee will review your bankruptcy petition and repayment plan with you. The court will approve your plan and you start making payments to the trustee for 36 to 60 months. The process is easy and typically requires one appearance at the trustee's office. You will receive your discharge at the end of your plan. It is just that easy!
HOW MUCH DOES A GRAND RAPIDS BANKRUPTCY LAWYER COST?
Typical fees to retain attorney for a chapter 7 bankruptcy case are 1,350.00 (which includes the filing fee). A chapter 13 bankruptcy typically starts with a 600.00 payment with the balance of the fees being paid during your plan. Considering the seriousness of this life changing event, it is extremely important to retain the services of an experienced attorney in the area of bankruptcy.
HOW EXPERIENCED ARE THE GRAND RAPIDS BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS AT KRUPP LAW?
Our lawyers have over 85 years of bankruptcy experience in Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and business bankruptcy including adversary proceeding with the trustee and creditors. Finding the right attorney for you is one of the most important decisions you can face when considering bankruptcy. Krupp Law Offices P.C. has a lawyer that can aggressively represent you are facing financial problems or bankruptcy.
HOW DO I GET MY BANKRUPTCY STARTED?
Getting started on your bankruptcy is easy. Just call our office. You can speak with a Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Attorney at Krupp law for free. We will answer all your questions. We will also schedule an appointment to meet in our office. If you are out of state or can not get away from work, we will do a phone interview. We also have an online interview questionare that can help get you going. BANKRUPTCY INTERVIEW PDF FREE Credit Report
WHAT COURTS DO THE GRAND RAPIDS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS AT KRUPP LAW REPRESENT CLIENTS?
Krupp Law Offices P.C. serves clients throughout West Michigan, including the counties of Kent, Ottawa, Allegan, Barry, Newaygo, Montcalm, and Ionia.
WHERE IS KRUPP LAW OFFICES LOCATED?
Krupp Law Offices - Grand Rapids Bankruptcy Lawyer is located in downtown Grand Rapids Michigan across from the court house.
161 Ottawa NW Suite 404, Grand Rapids MI 49503
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