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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy


Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


Debt Collection

In this uncertain economic time, a financial fresh start may be available via a personal Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

A homeowner or renter, if current, may be able to remain in a home while discharging over a period of four months or so, most if not all types of unsecured debts, such as medical bills and credit card debt.

Similarly, vehicles and other secured items may be able to be retained if the borrower is current.
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For homeowners faced with the threat of foreclosure, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the solution to remaining in their home while repaying the presently past due mortgage over a period of 3-5 years.

More generally, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may also be for those presently employed and overwhelmed by bills and other demands.
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Collect debts you are entitled to, and re-acquire money or goods lost.

Subcontractors, property owner & homeowner associations & landlords, among others, are subject to subject matter-specific statutes & regulations that are routinely handled by the attorneys of the Law Office of Chad Rinard.
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