Some people considering bankruptcy feel like they are all alone. Sometimes, they don’t know anyone else who has been through the process. For many people who are facing serious debt, it is a great encouragement to hear stories of other people who have gone through the Chapter 7 process or the Chapter 13 process successfully.
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Sam and his wife paid off both of their cars and their home with payments to the bankruptcy trustee that were lower than just their car payments were before starting the Chapter 13 process.
Cindy was experiencing the classic case of sudden overwhelming debt. Due to unforeseen health problems, Cindy had acquired excessive medical debt combined with credit card debt. By the time our Georgia bankruptcy lawyers got involved, she had more than $100,000 in credit card and medical debt. She was out of work at the time and living on Social Security in a house that she wanted to keep but didn’t think she could manage financially.
Robert was only a few months behind on his mortgage, but more than a year behind on his second mortgage. He and his wife had more than $150,000 in unsecured debt. We were able to file Robert singly, however, keeping his wife out of the Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Doing this, we were able to strip their second mortgage, which made their house payments manageable again. By stripping off their second mortgage the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process, they received a discharge of all unsecured debts and were able to keep their home through the Chapter 13 stripping off of their
These are just a few of the success stories we have been a part of. If you are considering bankruptcy as a debt-relief solution, contact us today.