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Considering Bankruptcy?

A bankruptcy filing is not always the best option or it may be more appropriate to file for bankruptcy at a later date. The ill advised or ill timed bankruptcy filing can be a disaster.

Only through careful consideration of your situation and relevant facts by a competent Florida Bankruptcy Attorney can you make the appropriate decision on your own behalf or that of your corporation.

3 Types of Bankruptcy Filing

One of these could be a viable option for you

The primary purpose of Chapter 7 bankruptcy is to eliminate your legal obligation on dischargeable debts. After a successful Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debtor will have no liability for discharged debts...

Chapter 11 bankruptcy is a type of bankruptcy available to both individuals and businesses. Similar to a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Chapter 11 involves a reorganization of debt but has no limit to the amount of debt that can be restructured...

Those overwhelmed with debt, facing foreclosure, or wishing to consolidate their bills may want to consider filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Filing bankruptcy can be frightening, but your financial circumstances may make it a viable option for you...

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What's the best answer?

Most individuals would never think of filing for bankruptcy and hate to even consider having to face that situation. Nevertheless, more and more people in Florida are finding it hard to find jobs and are unable to pay their bills.

When someone is faced with an overwhelming amount of debt with no way out, there is a perfectly legal method to handle your debt problems.

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Bankruptcy FAQ

Commonly Asked Questions on Bankruptcy

Can I still keep my house if I filed bankruptcy?

Whether filing for bankruptcy can save your home from foreclosure will depend on your particular situation, as well as whether you file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.

Will I lose all of my property and assets by filing for bankruptcy?

There is a common misconception that when a debtor is filing for bankruptcy, he or she will lose all of his or her assets. This is not entirely the case.

If I file for bankruptcy, does my spouse have to file as well?

No, your spouse is not legally required to file for bankruptcy with you. However in some situations, it may benefit you to file jointly.

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Life After Bankruptcy

At Thomas L. Abrams Law, we do all we can to get your life back.

It's true that life after bankruptcy can bring some challenges, but life before bankruptcy is often much more difficult. Many clients can't fully understand the bankruptcy and court process, including the monetary and emotional costs. They also often do not fully understand the law as it applies to their case which is critical in analyzing and presenting prospects for their future success.

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No matter what type of Bankruptcy or Commercial Litigation legal support you’re looking for, we have the resources and expertise to help. See our services below, and contact us if you have any questions or special requests.

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Tom has represented myself and our family on various matters over the past 15 years . He is very insightful and has always provided on point advice from the outset after analyzing the facts, law and intangibles related to our matters. He is an aggressive advocate, but has empathy and real concern for our circumstances . Tom understands the human toll as well as the financial toll involved in each matter. He always communicates and completes tasks efficiently.    He has always guided us to favorable resolutions which exceed our expectations . We will definitely utilize Tom’s services in the future if they are necessary.

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