A Bankruptcy Law Firm With Proven Success
Hiring a bankruptcy attorney can help bring peace of mind and the financial new beginning necessary to restore your quality of life.
- Creditors will stop calling or visiting your home or job.
- Repossession, foreclosure, garnishment of wages, lawsuits and contempt-of-court orders can be stopped.
- Your job, retirement savings, vehicle and even your home can be protected.
At Carolyn Secor, P.A., we pride ourselves on the family atmosphere of our firm and the care and attention we give each case we take the honor and responsibility of representing. Attorney Carolyn Secor knows bankruptcy can be a depressing, stressful, embarrassing time in a person’s life.
But we also know the powerful relief our clients feel as we help them deal with their financial issues. We see them smile again. And we know the incredible gift of a new beginning available to those who seek bankruptcy protection in Florida.
Eligibility and Qualifications for Chapter 7
The first thing we will do is stop the phone calls and harassing behavior of your creditors. Immediately. Today. Then we will sit down with you (as peace and quiet begin to return!) and help you decide on the best course of action for you and your family.
With many years of experience in bankruptcy law, Carolyn Secor P.A. knows good people face overwhelming financial problems every day: Underwater mortgages, medical bills, liens and judgments can lead to job and family stress, marital problems and even health complications.
Many people don’t realize bankruptcy doesn’t mean you lose everything. Some assets are protected from creditors. And some bankruptcy options allow time to repay your debt in peace, while others have the power to wipe the slate clean and offer a new beginning.
Types of Bankruptcy
Chapter 13: Allows for a plan to repay some or all of your debt, while maintaining certain possessions, under court supervision and without the constant harassment of creditors. Chapter 13 is available to some clients who do not meet the criteria for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and can be used to save a house or other property from foreclosure, as well as to deal with IRS debt and certain other financial obligations.