Chapter 7 Filing

Get a Fresh Financial Start With Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, also known as total discharge, allows consumers to petition the court for forgiveness for many debts. 

Often ideal for those who have few assets and significant debt, this form of bankruptcy allows qualified individuals to liquidate any unprotected assets to repay creditors. If any, the bankruptcy trustee will take ownership and sell these items. That's rare in many Chapter 7 cases. 

Once complete, consumers no longer are legally responsible for those debts.

For more than 30 years, our attorney, James Zerillo, has helped thousands of people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Contact us today to get exceptional legal support from an attorney you can depend on.

Can You Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Individuals must meet specific income requirements to file Chapter 7. When you come in for your consultation, you'll get the Mean's Test. This simple test can help you to know if you can file for total discharge of your debt. Visit James Zerillo today.
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You May be Able to Discharge

  • Medical bills
  • Credit card debt
  • Personal loans
  • Some back taxes
  • Get out of undesired secured loans (including cars and mortgages)

Let's Discuss All of Your Options

Depend on our experienced and dedicated attorney for any bankruptcy needs. If you have assets you wish to protect, consider Chapter 13. Give us a call today. Ask us about our emergency filing services.
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