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West Palm Beach Bankruptcy Lawyer
Let our Bankruptcy Attorneys help put you on a path to financial independence.
Due to the current state of the U.S. economy, millions of Americans are having financial difficulties. Not only are individuals and families struggling with debt and stress from economic uncertainty, they are also dealing with the effects of the housing crisis as well. A recent Mortgage Bankers Association study found that the delinquency rate on mortgage loans for one to four unit family homes in the United States was at its highest level since the series began in 1972.
If you are facing foreclosure on your home, or if you are struggling with a seemingly insurmountable load of debt, bankruptcy protection may be a viable solution to your financial problems. Contact one of our Florida bankruptcy attorney for a free consultation.
Filing for bankruptcy, however, is a very serious decision that carries many potential complications. If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy, it is advised that you seek the assistance of an experienced and ethical bankruptcy attorney. They will be able to explain your options, work with you to verify your eligibility to file, and assess your financial situation to determine if bankruptcy is the best solution.
Two important types of bankruptcy protection available to private persons are Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Each has key differences that may or may not be used to your financial advantage. Our experienced Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney and Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney team will work with you to determine which type of bankruptcy is best for your situation.
At LaBovick Law Group, our attorneys and legal professionals are devoted to assisting you in working through this complicated area of law. For a free consultation, contact one of our bankruptcy attorney by filling out the contact form to the right, or call us at 1.888.777.3884 now to discuss your matter with a Florida bankruptcy attorney.