If you don't see an end to bill payments or creditor harassment, contact Ann M. Howard, P.C. right away. I'll discuss your financial situation with you to see whether you qualify for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Southfield, Michigan.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can clear your debt completely, whereas Chapter 13 bankruptcy will consolidate your payments and allow you to pay off your debt in three to five years.
We'll review your financial situation together to see which option is right for you. Visit my law firm today for a free in-person consultation.
While most people would choose to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to get rid of their debt quickly, not everyone qualifies for it. You should consider filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy if: