A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case is the type of case in which the debtor dedicates all of the assets to a trustee. The trustee is charged with the responsibility of liquidating all of the non exempt assets for distribution to all of the creditors who file claims. A Chapter 7 case is very different from a chapter 13 case in which the debtor makes payments to the trustee.
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We have earned the trust of thousands of satisfied clients and have gained experience in thousands of successful chapter 7 and chapter 13 Bankruptcy cases since 1973. We will properly prepare all legal documents for you, promptly file them with the court, prepare your case for hearing, appear in court with you at your hearing and keep you fully informed throughout your case. There is no substitute for trust and experience.
Representing persons in debt to completely eliminate debts or to reorganize and reduce payments in order to save your home or car and obtain a fresh financial start.
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If you are currently in a Chapter 13, making payments to a mortgage company, a trustee, and learning that your your Chapter 13 plan can not be confirmed, and your Chapter 13 will not result in saving your home, upon the review of the facts in your case in many instances, we can provide options that will be less expensive and far more effective.
Our debt relief agency will fully prepare all bankruptcy documents with the court, go to court with you, and defend you against contested matters from the trustee, your creditors and their attorneys.
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Bruce Lamb, Esquire
University of Baltimore J.D.
Johns Hopkins University MLA
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