Consolidating your loans under chapter 13

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Once you’ve made all the payments, the remaining balances on your debts are discharged.If you cannot pay your debts and are receiving collection calls and notices and don’t have much property or assets to lose, then Chapter 7 may be right for you.

File for Chapter 13 bankruptcy and catch up on your due payments and pay off some or all your unsecured debts (car loans) while keeping your assets.Our firm offers personalized bankruptcy services that are tailored specifically to your financial situation.If bankruptcy is not the right choice for you, we'll refer you to legitimate credit counseling agencies. In a Chapter 7, we can usually eliminate unsecured debts, such as credit cards, medical bills, repossession deficiencies, and signature loans, which allows you to get a fresh start, and financial independence.Bankruptcy is a viable financial option used by thousands of people each month who are facing mounting unsecured debt, like credit card debt or medical bills, or are at risk of losing their home or car.You should consider bankruptcy if you are under these desperate conditions: or request help now online with a free Debt & Budget Analysis.

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