Eliminating Credit Card Debt Through Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Every year, millions of Americans file for bankruptcy. You may feel like you are alone when it comes to mounting financial difficultly, but you are not. There are options out there for you to get up from out under your debts and start afresh. In Pennsylvania, people can find some relief and get a second chance on their financial life by filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy.

If you are stuck in an endless cycle of overdue payments and harassing calls from creditors regarding your credit cards, our lawyers at Thompson Law Group, P.C., can help you take back your life and file for bankruptcy. We have helped people in Pittsburgh and all over Pennsylvania with eliminating credit card debt through bankruptcy.

How Eliminating Credit Card Debt Can Help You

If you qualify for chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will be allowed to discharge your credit card debt. You will still be allowed to keep your property and assets that are exempt under the bankruptcy laws. If you are able to discharge these debts, you can start paying off your other debts, such as student loans, tax debts, child support and alimony. This will allow you to have a fresh start and give you a second chance at a healthy financial future and even bring some financial freedom.

We understand that falling behind on your finances can be scary and stressful. Our attorneys have an in-depth understanding of these laws and will walk you through the process. That is why we work to make the process as easy as possible. We will take the time to fully assess your case and give it the time and respect it deserves.

Thinking Of Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? We Can Help.

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a complicated process, which is why it is important to have an experienced lawyer by your side to make sure it gets done right the first time. Contact our lawyers at Thompson Law Group, P.C., for a free consultation. You can also reach us online. We are available at nights and on weekends and offer our clients a payment plan.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.