What Debts Can Be Discharged In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
At Helbing Law Office, LLC, we often surprise our clients throughout the Calumet County and Green Bay areas with how much debt protection a bankruptcy really can offer. We routinely discharge a number of debts clients had thought they could not avoid, including:
- Old tax debt
- Medical debt
- Bad mortgage debt
- Court judgments
Many of our clients come to us under the burden of heavy credit card debt. We have helped clients file for bankruptcy in these situations without harming their spouse’s credit.
We have also helped clients to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate garnishments and levies. In some cases, we have even been able to use Chapter 7 bankruptcy to recover funds that have already been taken by credit card companies and other creditors.
Debt Discharge In Wisconsin: Chapter 7
Let us help you determine if Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate the debt you face. Instead of trying to make this determination yourself (or have it made for you by well-meaning relatives or, worse, creditors), contact attorney Timothy J. Helbing.
Having more than 10 years of experience as a lawyer, Mr. Helbing understands the often nuanced aspects of bankruptcy law that can make the difference between discharging debt and having to pay it in its entirety. He delivers his legal guidance to you in a personalized setting that enables him to tailor his advice to the details of your specific financial circumstances.
Chapter 7 Attorney In Appleton And The Surrounding Areas
We will help you understand once and for all if a debt against you can be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Where debt cannot be discharged via Chapter 7, we may still be able to address that debt through a strategically filed Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
We are debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.