Helping Clients Get Relief From Credit Cards, Medical Bills and Other Debts
If you have debts you cannot afford to repay, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help you get the debt relief you need to make a fresh start. At Graham Butler Law Office in Roseville, we help clients throughout the Twin Cities understand and pursue their bankruptcy options.
Our clients file for bankruptcy for many different reasons. Whether you have lost your job, gone through a serious medical crisis, gotten divorced or fallen behind on your debts for any other reason, experienced Roseville Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney Graham Butler can help.
Fighting to Help Clients Get the Advantages of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court can discharge - in other words, permanently wipe away - most types of unsecured debt, including credit card balances and medical bills. There are many factors that can affect the success of a Chapter 7 filing, including the following:
- Whether you meet the bankruptcy means test for Chapter 7 eligibility
- Whether your assets are exempt from being liquidated in Chapter 7
- Whether your debts are eligible for discharge by the bankruptcy court
While most Chapter 7 filings are relatively straightforward, some turn out to be more complex, which is why it is important to be represented by an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Unlike many other lawyers, Mr. Butler has litigated and won disputed cases in bankruptcy court.
If the bankruptcy trustee or one of your creditors objects to any aspect of your filing, Mr. Butler is prepared to dispute the objection and fight for the results you deserve.
Call an Experienced St. Paul Debt Relief Attorney at 651-964-6052
If your creditors are threatening you with lawsuits, wage garnishment or other serious consequences, do contact us at 651-964-6052 or by e-mail to arrange a free 30-minute phone consultation with an experienced Minnesota bankruptcy lawyer Graham Butler.
We are a debt relief agency. We zealously help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.