AYes, there are many bankruptcy alternatives. Some of these include loan modifications, debt negotiation, debt consolidation, debt settlement or a short sale. The attorneys at Dodge & Vega, PLC, can review your personal situation and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each of your options. Together you can determine the best approach to a brighter financial future for you and your family.
AAlthough bankruptcy is a matter of public record, there is no official action taken to notify specific people of your bankruptcy or to publicize it. To find out about your bankruptcy, someone would have to do make deliberate enquiries for that information. Unless you make it known personally, then, it is very unlikely that anybody will be aware of it.
AThe type of bankruptcy which would be best for you depends on many factors, such as what type of assets you own, your priorities regarding these assets and the type and amount of debt you have. You must also meet certain requirements to qualify for either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Ask a
bankruptcy lawyer to review your personal circumstances with you and advise as to which would be the most suitable option to suit your needs.
AYes. Creditor harassment is illegal and you have rights under the law to protect you from th is unacceptable violation of both federal and state law. Our firm can take action to demand your creditors cease and desist in these actions and escalate our efforts until the matter is resolved. In many cases, when harassment can be proven, you could even seek compensation from them. If you file for bankruptcy, creditors are immediately prohibited from continuing collection actions.
Contact a Mesa bankruptcy lawyerfor answers to your questions about bankruptcy and related issues.