Filing bankruptcy is a difficult decision to make. In 2013 more than 1.3 million people filed bankruptcy. In fact, more than 1 million people have filed bankruptcy each year since 2008.
Most folks put off the process because they believe it is complicated, scary, expensive and will ruin your credit. This is not true.
At Bankruptcy Relief Now, we are dedicated to keeping the process easy and affordable for you. After gathering some information from you, we will prepare all of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy documents required by the bankruptcy court for you at an affordable price of only $250.
And your credit, in most cases your credit will improve upon your final discharge!
Stop creditor phone calls, garnishments and collection judgments! Once your documents are filed with the court, the automatic stay goes into effect, stopping creditors and debt collectors from contacting you.
We will prepare all of the documents, schedules, and Means test calculations for your Chapter 7 bankruptcy so that all you do is sign your name and mail the package to the bankruptcy court.
All of our documents comply with the new bankruptcy laws and is everything you will need to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
What happens next?
After filing the documents with the bankruptcy court, the court clerk will notify the creditors by mail and then set a date for the "Meeting of Creditors" which is usually 30 days later. At this meeting, you will meet with your assigned Trustee and show your identification and answer a couple of questions. Typically 60 days after this meeting, you will receive your final discharge of debts.
That's about it. Now you may begin rebuilding your credit and your life again.
If that sounds like the kind of breathing room you need, just call us today at (866) 411-9010 or (954) 614-0713 or use the "Contact Us" form found on the Online Services/Contact Us page.
Bankruptcy Relief Now is a bankruptcy petition preparer, as defined in §§ 101 and 110 of the Bankruptcy Code, respectively. The information provided in this site is not legal advice, but general information that can be found on the internet or other sources. Bankruptcy Relief Now cannot provide any kind of advice, explanation, opinion, or recommendation to a consumer about possible legal rights, remedies, defenses, options, selection of forms or strategies. If you need legal advice, contact an attorney.