Bankruptcy Can Help Move Your Family Forward Without Debt
Millions of Americans file bankruptcy every year. It is nothing shameful. By filing bankruptcy, you can discharge your unsecured debts and obtain a fresh start for you and your family.
At The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., we can help you kick-start the bankruptcy process. We have helped numerous Texas families resolve their debt problems through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Through every step of the process, you can come to us for compassionate and nonjudgmental legal counsel.
Chapter 7 Vs. Chapter 13: Which Is For Me?
Deciding whether to file Chapter 7 versus Chapter 13 bankruptcy can feel overwhelming. Here, we will break down which method may be best for you:
- Chapter 7: The most common form of bankruptcy, Chapter 7 allows you to liquidate some of your assets to repay your creditors. You do not have to sell everything; in fact, you will get to keep most of your possessions. After liquidation, the court discharges your remaining unsecured debt.
- Chapter 13: Chapter 13 allows you to restructure your debts into an affordable repayment plan. Over a three- to five-year period, you will repay your creditors. After the repayment period, the court discharges your unsecured debt.
When you schedule a consultation with The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., we can determine your eligibility for each method of bankruptcy.
Our Family Cares About Your Family
Bankruptcy is more than a financial matter. It is a family legal matter. We care deeply about doing what is right by you and your loved ones. You can open up to us about your situation, and we’ll help you make the decisions that are best for your family’s future.
Move Forward With Bankruptcy: Talk To Us Today
Work with The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., to reduce your debt and move forward with your life. To schedule an initial consultation with us, contact our Waco office. Simply send us an email or call 254-870-0105. We help clients with bankruptcy issues in Bell, Hill, Coryell and McLennan counties.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.