Daytona Beach Bankruptcy Lawyer
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If you are feeling overwhelmed by debt and are struggling to stay financially afloat, filing for bankruptcy may be the most effective way to obtain debt relief. The process can be confusing and overwhelming, which is why it is highly advisable that you speak with our top-notch legal team at The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Klein as soon as possible. With the help of a bankruptcy attorney in Daytona Beach, you have a higher chance of reaching your financial goals.
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As a husband and wife team with extensive legal experience, we are confident in our abilities to help you work toward a future free from debt. We realize how stressful bankruptcy can be for many individuals. This is why we strive to provide the client-focused representation needed to face bankruptcy with confidence. Our firm's founding lawyer is a former accountant who can carefully assess your finances, no matter how complex your situation may seem.
After reviewing your particular situation, we can recommend one of the following:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy - This form of bankruptcy allows you to discharge debts after passing a "means test" that proves you are experiencing financial hardship.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy - This form of bankruptcy allows you to repay your debts through a payment plan that must be approved by creditors. Chapter 13 bankruptcy may also save your home from foreclosure.
At The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Klein, bankruptcy clients are our top priority. As such, any Daytona Beach bankruptcy attorney at our firm will make themselves readily available to answer your phone calls at all times.
What Happens When You File Bankruptcy in Florida?
For those in debt, filing for bankruptcy immediately stops all of your creditors from attempting to collect from you, and will continue to stop them until your debts are resolved. Filing for bankruptcy is provided by federal law and will always be handled in a federal court.
How Does Filing Bankruptcy Help You?
As mentioned above, filing for bankruptcy will prevent creditors from initiating or continuing to collect from you. This is called the "automatic say" and is in effect as long as the law says that you are still in bankruptcy. Depending on the type of bankruptcy you file, you may be able to:
- Prevent foreclosure and lawsuits
- Limit personal liability
- Catch up on missed payments and reorganize your finances
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As someone considering bankruptcy, you probably have a lot of questions about the process and what you can expect down the road, which is understandable. We can provide you with the answers you need to make smart and informed decisions for your family.
Please do not hesitate to contact our Daytona Beach bankruptcy firm as soon as possible to request an initial case evaluation at your earliest convenience. Proudly serving Volusia County, Flagler County, and surrounding areas.
We are always readily available to answer your questions.
We communicate directly with our clients, always promptly returning calls.
We are a husband and wife team that genuinely cares about our clients.