What to Expect in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

When you are struggling with debt and considering whether bankruptcy is the right choice for you, the last thing you should have to worry about is the actual process involved in filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, our bankruptcy lawyer can tell you in-depth what to expect in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. We will guide you through the process every step of the way so you can have a smooth transition to a brighter financial future.

If you are struggling to make payments and are concerned about foreclosure, we can help. Call our bankruptcy attorney at 856-254-2196 for a free initial consultation to discuss your situation.

Dedicated to a Full Understanding of Your Situation

Before the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process can even begin, it is important to get a full understanding of your unique situation to determine if this is the right fit for you. That is why we conduct a thorough initial meeting with all of our clients. Unlike in other law firms, our experienced Cherry Hill Chapter 13 lawyer will conduct the initial intake himself. You will have the peace of mind knowing that your case is being handled by a board-certified consumer and business bankruptcy attorney from start to end.

We handle all of our personal bankruptcy cases with understanding and without judgment. However, we will ask detailed questions about your finances in order to ensure that we take the path that is best for you. We will tell you what to bring to your first meeting to help make the process less of a surprise, so you will know what to expect.

Guiding You Along Every Step of the Way

At the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, we will work closely with you every step of the way throughout the process so you are always aware of what is happening with your case. The Chapter 13 process is more complicated and involved than the Chapter 7 process. We will diligently represent your interests at the confirmation hearing for your repayment plan, so it is not necessary for you to attend if you cannot or do not want to.

Because Chapter 13 involves a set repayment plan that may last from three to five years, there may be issues that arise over the course of time. For example, if a car lease expires during that time, you will need trustee approval to obtain a new car loan. We will be here to handle any issues that come up over the course of the repayment period so you can focus on your new financial future.

Call for a Free Consultation With a Bankruptcy Lawyer

We help guide residents of New Jersey and Philadelphia through the Chapter 13 process, from beginning to end. Contact our personal bankruptcy attorney by calling 856-254-2196 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.