Like any legal process, bankruptcy takes time. While you look forward to a future of debt relief, one simple, yet necessary step can bring you immediate stress relief.
Most people facing overwhelming debt want to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, due to the fact that it offers an immediate clean slate, but many don't qualify. For this reason, they need to learn more about Chapter 13.
For the Allegheny County homeowner trying to stop foreclosure or the married couple whose high-interest-rate credit card debt has them looking desperately for a solution to their financial challenges, Chapter 13 bankruptcy might offer a solution. Financial challenges are usually accompanied by creditor harassment which makes the situation even more desperate.
Even with our recovering economy, small businesses across Pennsylvania are still feeling the effects of the latest recession. As such, it can feel like you have been struggling to keep creditors away, but perhaps you simply cannot do it anymore. If your business is failing, it may be time to file for chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Even the most financially secure people sometimes face financial hardship. Whether facing sudden unemployment, an underwater mortgage, mounting credit card debt or other financial challenges, bankruptcy can offer a fresh financial start. Chapter 13 is one option available to individuals that offers debt relief.
On May 4, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that debtors are not entitled to immediately appeal if a bankruptcy court refuses to confirm their proposed repayment plan. The court's unanimous ruling will impact bankruptcy filings in Pennsylvania and across the nation.