Attorneys In Nashua Assisting In Bankruptcy Relief
Helping You Find Financial Security In The Best Way Possible
There are many reasons why you may find yourself in debt, from medical bills to job loss. Regardless of how it occurred, carrying significant debt can be overwhelming, having to deal with the stress of creditors and threats of legal action.
We provide more than debt relief assistance. Our bankruptcy attorneys look for the solution that will give you the security you need for a truly fresh start.
Are you living with serious debt in New Hampshire? Contact Small & Lee Attorneys at Law, in Nashua at 603-318-0025 for a different type of debt relief assistance. We guarantee that we make you and your best interests our priority.
Making You Our Priority Means Finding The Best Debt Solution For You
We don’t just push bankruptcy on you. We do a comprehensive review of your finances to determine which type or if bankruptcy is the right option for you. And we take the time to give you the information you need.
- Chapter 7: Commonly referred to as liquidation or fresh start bankruptcy because non-exempt assets may be sold to help satisfy a portion of your debt before discharging the rest. Most clients have assets that are safe because they are exempt under the law. Most clients are able to keep their homes and vehicles. You must qualify under the means test. This is often a good option for those with significant unsecured debts such as credit card debt.
- Chapter 13: Commonly referred to as the wage earners’ bankruptcy because a portion of your debt is repaid while you continue to earn an income. After you successfully complete your three- to five-year repayment plan, the rest of your debt is discharged. This could be a good option if you are behind on your mortgage or have tax debt.
- Exemptions: The fear that they will lose all of their property in bankruptcy keeps many people from seeking relief. This is simply not true. Exemptions allow individuals to keep property such as their house, retirement accounts, car and household property.
- Automatic stay: When you file, a stay is automatically put in place that prevents any further collection activity on your debts.
Talk To A Lawyer About Your Debt Relief Options. Ours Answer Their Phones.
Are you dealing with overwhelming debt? That you are experiencing financial debt is certainly not lost on us. Schedule an appointment with an attorney at our law firm to discuss your debt relief options. We can meet in person or discuss your case over the phone.
Call our law office at 603-318-0025 or send us an email with a brief description of your situation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.