Struggling with debt can be emotionally straining, especially when it seems like there is no solution. Attorney Kim Lehrman has helped countless individuals pursue debt-free futures through viable bankruptcy options.
When you speak to me on the phone and meet with me in person, I will provide optimal legal counsel for your situation. I have 17 years of experience handling individual bankruptcies in South Florida. I put a great deal of thought into the best solution to your financial issues. I offer a personalized, not a cookie cutter solution, to each individual. I work on my own, so you will only meet with me and I will be the only person preparing, filing, and handling your case. Below is some general information about a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a re-organization. It differs from a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy because you make payments to your creditors. The payments are managed by a Chapter 13 Trustee. The payments will be made on a monthly basis through a Chapter 13 Plan, over a period of three to five years.
Many people assume that they will need to pay a certain percentage of the amount they owe back to their creditors. That is not the case with a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.