If you are searching for DeLand bankruptcy lawyers to help you file for bankruptcy, talk to Clare Keijer, a Volusia County attorney at law that practices consumer bankruptcy. A consultation will help answer many of your important questions. Filing for bankruptcy, or trying to determine your best option when facing financial problems, is not a simple task. New laws have added requirements and made changes to how bankruptcy cases were traditionally handled as a result of bankruptcy abuse. There are many different ways to go about filing for bankruptcy, but a dedicated and experienced bankruptcy lawyer will ensure that you choose the route best suited for your financial situation.
Clare Keijer will work with you to analyze your current financial situation and determine the type of bankruptcy case that is best suited for your needs. Every person's case is different. You can read more information below about the different types of bankruptcy and bankruptcy laws, however a personal consultation is the best way to help you determine the best route for you.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy - if your annualized income is less than the median income for Florida
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy - restructuring your payment options and paying debts over time
When choosing which type of bankruptcy you should file for, Clare Keijer will go over with you the differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Do not rely on information found on the Internet, as this can be misleading or outdated. Always speak with a qualified bankruptcy attorney before signing any papers. To speak with our DeLand bankruptcy lawyers at Keijer Law, call our law office at 386-736-3660.