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Orlando FL Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

If you’re looking for file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection fast and easily, let the Law Officed of Keith D Collier help eliminate your current debt. This particular bankruptcy is the best option if your assets are few in number and the amount of your unsecured debt is large. A bankruptcy filing gives you a new start on life and does not reflect you as a person. We give FREE consultations to anyone that wants to know about our bankruptcy services. Our filing charges for your Chapter 7 bankruptcy can start right now for as little as $400!

Bankruptcy Offers a New Start in Life

If you’re in debt and looking for a fresh start, filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can give you that. You’re not able to control unexpected bills, divorce or being laid off. If you feel as if you are out of options with no way out, Chapter 7 bankruptcy can give you direction. This bankruptcy allows you to not pay back, credit cards, utility bills, medical bills and personal loans. The whole process is handled by us from beginning to end, with no confusion along the way.

  • Stop garnished wages
  • Stop foreclosure of your home
  • Prevent possible lawsuits
  • Eliminate credit card debt
  • Rebuilt your credit history
  • Start down the path to a new life

Do I Qualify For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If they state median income is higher than your annual income, you could qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. We will have you take a Means Test to figure out if you can qualify. The test allows us to determine if you can pay back any of your debt. We have the needed skills, at the Law Offices of Keith D Collier, to evaluate your testing results and living details to judge which bankruptcy option is the best one for you. Over the years, there have been hundreds of thousands of people in Orlando that we have been able to get over the hump of being in debt.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Myths

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is more difficult due to law changes that occurred in 2005.

The amount of chapter 7 bankruptcy filings vs. chapter 13 bankruptcy filings have remained almost the same since 2005. Yes the bankruptcy laws have changed and that is why you want to hire a lawyer that is high experienced with bankruptcy cases.

Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy filings have remained consistent since these law changes. The reason you want to hire a bankruptcy lawyer is to deal with these new laws.

Bad credit will haunt me for the rest of my life.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for 10 years, however during that time you can improve your credit score because the bad credit is no longer on your credit report. After a short time you will still be able to get a credit card and get auto financing if needed. We have clients that have built their credit back up in as little as 2 years, there is no reason why you could not do the same.

10 years is how long a Chapter 7 bankruptcy will remain on your credit report. You are able to improve your credit score since the bad credit isn’t on your credit report after filing. In just a short time, you are able to get a credit card and even auto financing if it is needed. You can build your credit back up in a few as 2 years, as some of our clients have done.

I will lose everything

We are experienced with the bankruptcy laws and can help you handle the redemption code in Florida that help you protect your personal assets, like your home, car and clothing. We will make sure that you will not lose everything during your journey to being debt free.

Start Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Today

Call the Law Offices of Keith D Collier today at 904-981-8100, in the majority of cases a bankruptcy attorney will answer the call personally. We are located in Orlando, FL where you can come visit our offices for a FREE Chapter 7 bankruptcy consultation. We will answer your questions on the phone and look forward to helping you getting back to a debt free life. You may also contact us after hours by filling our quick and easy contact form.