Pocono Bankruptcy Information
Fisher & Fisher Law Offices represent bankruptcy clients in Stroudsburg, Monroe county, and all the Poconos. Our Monroe county bankruptcy & foreclosure attorneys handle three types of bankruptcy cases-Chapters 7, 11, 13. These are each outlined in the following paragraphs.
Chapter 7 Help for Pocono Foreclosure Clients
The goal for individuals who file Chapter 7 is to free themselves of debt through a bankruptcy discharge. Many Chapter 7 files are able to “wipe out” all of credit card debt, judgments, personal loan obligations, reduce bills and delinquency after car repossession. Although businesses normally do not receive a discharge, corporations and partnerships may use Chapter 7 to liquidate and close their business. Call today. Stop the painful cycle of debt left by your Poconos foreclosure.
Chapter 11 Help for Monroe County Business Bankruptcy
Corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietors wishing to remain in business and reorganize their financial affairs may file Chapter 11. These debtors seek to restructure their debts, either by reducing the debt or by extending the time to repay. A Chapter 11 plan can also be used to liquidate all or a portion of a debtor’s assets. Troubles with your Pocono business? Bankruptcy help is here.
Chapter 13 Help to Stop Monroe County Tax Foreclosure
In Chapter 13 cases individuals with regular income can reorganize their finances. The debtor proposes a repayment plan to payback some, or all of their debt. During the repayment plan, creditors cannot continue with their collection efforts such as, foreclosure on your Stroudsburg home or repossession. Many Chapter 13 plans are able to cut mortgage tax averages and stop the foreclosure or tax sale of their home. Only individuals and sole proprietors are eligible for Chapter 13, which is simpler and much less expensive than a Chapter 11. Fisher & Fisher Law Offices assist its clients via the bankruptcy code for Monroe county tax foreclosure.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for relief under the bankruptcy code.