St. Louis Chapter 13 Bankruptcy - only $300 in upfront fees
ONLY $300 UPFRONT IN A CHAPTER 13.
What can you do when you do not qualify for a St. Louis Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but you are still in financial distress? A St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the answer to your financial problems.
What is a St. Louis Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
A St. Louis Chapter 13 is a repayment plan. People make monthly plan payments over a period of time ranging from 36 to 60 months, which gives you the time you need to get caught up on payments while protecting your property from creditors.
A St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop:
- Bank account levy
- Judgments/law suits
- Harassing phone calls from creditors
At the end of a St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy, if all payments have been made as scheduled, unsecured debt remaining may be discharged. There are some exceptions, such as child support, certain taxes and student loans.How Can Filing Chapter 13 Help Me?
ONLY $300 DOWN FOR A ST. LOUIS CHAPTER 13
Many debtors file Chapter 13 bankruptcy in order to get caught up on mortgage payments, child support, and tax debt. A St. Louis Chapter 13 can even postpone student loan payments for the time you are in bankruptcy. A Missouri Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers an affordable monthly payment, peace of mind, and relief from the harassment of creditors.
For people who have fallen behind on their bills but have regular income, filing a St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy gives you the breathing room needed to get back on track with payments while keeping their property.How much will it cost?
The attorney's fees for a St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the Eastern District of Missouri or the Southern District of Illinois are $4,000.00. However, we do not require any money of those fees prior to filing your case. These fees will be included in your Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan.
Sound good? Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your situation in more detail. Our experienced St. Louis Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys can advise you regarding your bankruptcy options.