Imagine how your life would change if you could wipe away your debts. No more harassing phone calls. No more worries about garnished paychecks or the repo man. No more sleepless nights.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides a fresh financial start for people who are deep in debt with no hope of paying it all back. If you qualify, you can permanently shed thousands of dollars of unsecured debts and get your life back on track.
At the law offices of Robert J. Adams & Associates Inc., skilled attorneys are here for you during this stressful time. For over four decades, they have been educating and guiding individuals and families through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. They proudly serve Chicago and the greater Cook County area, as well as DuPage County and Lake County, Illinois.
Bankruptcy is a federal law created to give honest debtors a fresh start, rather than being constantly saddled with debt and hounded by creditors. In a Chapter 7 discharge, also known as a straight bankruptcy, you can eliminate certain unsecured debts, such as credit card balances, medical bills, payday loans, car title loans, and traffic tickets. In certain cases, it is even possible to discharge back taxes.
Once your debts are discharged, you will not have to repay those creditors and they cannot pursue further action against you. The attorneys at Robert J. Adams & Associates Inc. will help you get rid of as much debt as possible to give you financial breathing room for the first time in a long time.
Each experienced attorney will guide you through a number of important considerations in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, including:
Please see the bankruptcy blog for answers to common worries or scenarios. As dedicated Chapter 7 attorneys, Robert J. Adams & Associates, Inc. has offices in Lake County and Chicago, Illinois, ready to help provide you with guidance and greater peace of mind.
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