Honest, hard-working people with good intentions are sometimes not able to pay their bills. You or your spouse may have lost a job, unable to make mortgage payments and facing foreclosure. You may be unable to work because of a personal illness or an illness in the family and are facing extraordinarily high medical bills. Your family business may have run into trouble and bill collectors may be calling.
Federal bankruptcy laws may provide you with relief and allow you to have a fresh start and get back on your feet. Once you have filed for bankruptcy, creditors are stopped from foreclosing on your home, suing you, bill collection harassment, or calling you.
At the Campbell Law Firm, our attorneys are experienced and are up-to-date on recent changes in federal bankruptcy law. If you would like advice on eliminating or re-organizing your debt, contact our office and ask for a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys.
The most common debts eliminated through bankruptcy are:
Some debts cannot be discharged (although there are exceptions) through bankruptcy, including:
For more information on bankruptcy law, and which debts can be eliminated, please call our office to set up a meeting with one of our attorneys.