Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form :(
Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy enables you to get out from under your debt and move forward with your life. If you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the income you earn after you file bankruptcy is yours to keep. Various adverse financial events may lead you to consider filing bankruptcy, including: • The threat of foreclosure on your home; • Accumulation of a large amount of high-interest credit card or business debt; • Unanticipated medical bills; • The failure of a startup company or business initiative; • Unsuccessful investments; • Unanticipated tax debt; • Wage garnishment or repossession of your car. It is critical that you consult a knowledgeable attorney before making a bankruptcy decision, because the decisions you make today could be fatal to your financial future. At Schwartz Flansburg, we will assess your overall financial situation, explain your legal options, and help you make an educated choice. Contact our office in Las Vegas today.
If your income falls under certain levels, you may qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. In Chapter 7, you do not have to pay back the debt you chose to give up in your bankruptcy case. If you have assets you want to protect or make too much money, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be right for you. In almost all circumstances, both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies will allow you to get out of debt long before you could become debt free on your own.
Corporate liquidation through Chapter 7 bankruptcy is an effective way to eliminate the risks and burdens associated with a failing business. That is why it is important to have an attorney with experience in Chapter 7 corporate liquidations. Attorney Samuel A. Schwartz handles a wide range of corporate liquidations, and helps business owners relieve themselves of the risks and headaches that arise from businesses that are no longer profitable. There may be other choices, such as receivership or liquidation pursuant to state law, for companies experiencing cash flow problems. Our lawyers advise clients about the best financial option for their circumstances, so they can sleep well at night.
Contact Our Las Vegas Law Firm
At Schwartz Flansburg, we will assess your unique financial situation, ask the right questions and explain the legal and financial alternatives available in clear and understandable language. Contact us to learn more about our bankruptcy practice in Las Vegas.We have Spanish-speaking staff to assist those who communicate best in Spanish.
For a free consultation, please call 702-385-5544 or complete the form on the left.