Are you overwhelmed by debt and harassed by creditors? If you are unable to pay your bills you may be eligible for relief under Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or Chapter 11 bankruptcy. A Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney will answer your questions. As soon as you file for bankruptcy:
- Harassing phone calls stop!
- Mortgage foreclosure stops!
- Repossession of your car or furniture stops!
- An attempt to garnish your wages stops!
- You keep your personal property.
- You keep the tools you need to make a living.
Find a Minneapolis – St. Paul bankruptcy law attorney through Legal Connection.
Legal Connection is a private and convenient way to find the right lawyer for your needs. Within a short time after submitting our online form you will hear from bankruptcy attorneys who are prepared to take your case. Our lawyers have Twin Cities offices in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, other Hennepin County and Ramsey County locations, and as far north as St. Cloud, MN.
Our bankruptcy attorneys will discuss the options available to you under federal and Minnesota law:
Chapter 7 bankruptcy
Medical bills, layoffs – events you can not control may overwhelm you. You may be eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, often referred to as the Fresh-Start Plan. Through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing unsecured debt such as credit card debt and medical bills may be discharged altogether or reduced.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy
If you have income, but are not able to make your payments, Chapter 13 debt reorganization may help you get out from under the load. Talk to a bankruptcy lawyer about this way of working out your debt with creditors.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Through a Chapter 11 filing you can continue to operate your business while your lawyer works with the bankruptcy court and your creditors to work out a debt reorganization plan. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is designed to help a company remain in business and eventually pay its creditors.