Bankruptcy and Debt Relief
Chapter 7 is the most common and usually the quickest form of filing bankruptcy, oftentimes taking as little as 4 months. Chapter 7 allows individuals to discharge medical bills, credit card bills, personal loans, utility bills and other forms of unsecured debt. When you complete Chapter 7 bankruptcy you are debt free, and most times are able to keep the property that you currently own.
Chapter 13 is a debt reorganization plan where an individual pays back a portion of their debt over a three to five-year period while retaining their property. At the end of the plan most medical bills, credit card bills, personal loans and other unsecured debt are discharged. Secured debts are paid back over the repayment period. The "reorganization" of a Chapter 13 allows the individual to work within their budget to meet these payments. Chapter 13 is oftentimes used in order to keep your home and/or vehicle.
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