Reorganize Your Finances Via Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Debt relief may be just a phone call away. By filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you generally can reduce your debts and your interest payments. You can start building up your credit rating. You get the breathing room you need to get a fresh financial start.
The Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC has helped thousands of people obtain debt relief through the bankruptcy system. We are efficient, effective and provide reasonably priced services. We can help you make a new beginning.
Is Chapter 13 Right for You?
Filing for Chapter 13 is ideal for people who have assets they want to keep such as a house or sole proprietorship business. You get debt relief and the opportunity to regain your financial health. Chapter 13 can also stop foreclosure.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates debt entirely, but it may not be appropriate for some people.
We understand the Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy laws and how to use the court system to get debt relief for our clients. We can evaluate your situation and recommend a solution that is right for you.
The Benefits of Filing for Chapter 13
The benefits of filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy are many. As soon as we file, creditors must stop contacting and harassing you. The threat of foreclosure ends. Repossession and garnishment are no longer worries. You can focus on your life again, rather than fearing what comes next.
Our firm will develop a plan for you and work with the court to get it approved. Over a three- to five-year period, you will gradually pay off your mortgage arrears and the reduced debts on a manageable basis.
You will have the opportunity to get a fresh financial start.
Call Now to Talk With an Attorney
To arrange for a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC call us at 800-759-0767 or send us an e-mail. We serve clients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania from our offices in Cherry Hill, Willingboro and Philadelphia.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.