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Nevada Chapter 13 Attorney

Chapter 13 Lawyer in Nevada Helps Clients with Bankruptcy and Other Debt Solutions

Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as "wage-earners bankruptcy", gives individuals and spouses a way to start fresh. Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, where assets are liquidated and debts are cleared, Chapter 13 gives people the ability to create a repayment plan to pay unsecured debt off over a period of time, usually 3-5 years.

If you or someone you know is considering filing Chapter 13, it will be necessary to obtain the services of a skilled Nevada bankruptcy attorney to help gauge eligibility and provide guidance through the process. At Price Law Group, our lawyers have helped over 100,000 families become debt free, through services like filing bankruptcy, debt negotiation, debt settlement, credit repair as well as other alternatives to bankruptcy. We have the knowledge and experience to advise clients to move forward in a direction, based on their individual situation,  that will aim to achieve the best outcome possible.

How Does Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Work?

When Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not an option, because your disposable income is too great, Chapter 13 can be filed. A bankruptcy attorney will help you gather all of the necessary financial information to present to the court. Then, a repayment plan will be created, taking your monthly expenses like rent, utilities and other living costs into consideration, using what is left over to pay unsecured creditors. You will be designated a bankruptcy trustee, who will oversee your payment progress and disperse the funds appropriately. Payments usually start within 30 days after the bankruptcy is finalized.

There are many options for people whose lives are consumed by debt. We can help you find the right solution, whether it is Chapter 13, or another route. If you are experiencing creditor abuse or are facing repossession, foreclosure, wage garnishments or lawsuits, you do not have to confront these problems alone. Our seasoned attorneys can help make the future brighter for you and your family.

Contact a Nevada Chapter 13 Lawyer from our firm now to learn what your debt solution options are.

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