Harassing creditors. Foreclosure. Car repossession. Lawsuits. Wage garnishment. Judgment liens. If any of this sounds familiar, you might want to consider filing for bankruptcy. A complicated, delicate and time-sensitive process, the complexities of filing for bankruptcy are best left to an experienced Florida bankruptcy attorney.
At the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, we know life throws curveballs. We also know making the decision to file for bankruptcy isn’t an easy one. That’s why we work with you, one-on-one, to review the details of your specific situation to determine if filing is the best option for you. We have more than nine years of experience handling bankruptcy cases and place great emphasis on helping you obtain the best possible outcome when it comes to your financial situation.
Know Your Rights Before You Act
One of the most common misconceptions when it comes to bankruptcy is that most people aren’t eligible when, in fact, most people with serious debt problems are actually able to file under Chapters 7 or 13. It is important to keep in mind, however, that working with an experienced and courteous Florida bankruptcy lawyer can make all the difference.
Bankruptcy if There’s No Other Solution
At the Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, P.A., we know that the decision to file bankruptcy is not an easy one. Stephen K. Hachey is an attorney with expertise in the field of bankruptcy law. As a Florida bankruptcy law firm, we understand that many bankruptcies occur due to separation, business failure, health problems or mortgage related distress. It is our goal to improve your overall financial picture with the least amount of frustration and confusion possible.
What are some benefits of filing for bankruptcy?
• Your debts such as credit card debt are “discharged” (removed)
• Your home, car and certain other property can’t be taken to pay creditors
• You can eliminate or modify “secured debt” like a mortgage or car loan
• Chapter 13 bankruptcy may save you interest charges on unpaid tax bills
What are some disadvantages to filing for bankruptcy?
• Nonexempt property (heirlooms and vacations homes) could be liquidated or sold to pay off creditors
• It will remain on your credit history for 10 years and will become public record
If You’re Someone Considering Filing Bankruptcy in Florida, Call
866-200-4646 Today For a FREE, No-Obligation Consultation
Stephen K. Hachey, an experienced bankruptcy attorney, can not only help you determine your options, but he can advise you on the best course of action based on your unique situation. And with offices spread out through West and Central Florida, he’s available and accessible to begin defending you. We proudly serve Tampa
, St Petersburg
, Wesley Chapel
, New Tampa
, South Tampa
, Land o Lakes
, Ft Myers
, Cape Coral
, Bonita Springs
and everywhere in between.