Filing for bankruptcy can seem like a daunting task. Fortunately, the lawyers at Hopson & Parris have the knowledge and experience necessary to guide you through the process. We will review your options and steer you toward the best possible outcome.
Bankruptcy offers you the chance to start fresh, but first the first step is to meet with an attorney. In the initial meeting, you will disclose all relevant information to the attorney, including the issues and events that brought you here in the first place.
You may be required to attend counseling before documents can be filed with the court. Once filed, you will receive a notice of a court date wherein a meeting of creditors takes place. The meeting is conducted by the bankruptcy trustee.
If you are filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, our lawyers will ensure that all agreements that you may have reached with creditors are written and filed with the court. Approximately 60 days after this meeting, you will be discharged of all of your debts.
If you are filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the process is similar. However at the meeting with creditors, the bankruptcy trustee will review how much you will have to pay on a monthly basis. Then, a judge will decide whether to approve the plan. If not, we will have to modify the plan.
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After the bankruptcy process is complete, you will have the opportunity to rebuild your credit by taking on small debts that you repay promptly each month.
Contact Hopson & Parris
Begin by scheduling a consultation with our western Kentucky attorneys. The bankruptcy process is not as arduous as you may think. Contact our office in Cadiz at 270-301-5464 or Oak Grove at 270-605-0047. Our office in Oak Grove is conveniently located across from Gate 4 Fort Campbell.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.