If you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, our attorneys will devote their expertise to ensuring that your assets can cover your debt without owing anything else to your trustees.
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DuPage Chapter 7 attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the chapter 7 bankruptcy process in this Learn About Law episode.
Our DuPage Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys cover the chapter 7 bankruptcy process. After watching, you will have an understanding of what you may be asked to do when you meet with your attorney including what documents you'll need to fill out and any online tests you'll need to complete.
Our DuPage Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorneys explain the first meeting of creditors in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The first meeting of creditors is a meeting held between yourself, your attorney, and a trustee whose job is to make sure there is no fraud occurring in the meeting. While it's called the first meeting of creditors, it's actually very rare that any creditor attends, and the meeting is painless as long as the trustee is not adversarial.
DuPage County Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorney Kevin O'Flaherty talks about when you should file a chapter 13 vs. a chapter 7 bankruptcy.
In this article, our DuPage Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyers explain the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. There are several differences and qualifications to file chapter 13 or chapter 7 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves a set up payment plan to pay off the debt in 3-5 years, while a chapter 7 bankruptcy involves selling your assets in order to pay off your debt.