Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney Serving Kingsport, Tennessee
Are you struggling to keep up with your debt payments? Are you facing the threat of home foreclosure or car repossession? The federal bankruptcy code offers relief, and chapter 13 bankruptcy offers you the chance to discharge your debt while keeping your personal property. At the Law Office of Mark A. Skelton, we have extensive experience helping people with the Chapter 13 bankruptcy process.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Basics
Chapter 13 offers people who are struggling with debt the opportunity to repay their creditors over a three- to five-year period by following a designated repayment plan. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may have to pay back a percentage of your debts. It all depends on your specific circumstances. However, many options are available to benefit you in reducing your interest rates and saving your property.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be right for you if:
- You are a homeowner with substantial equity in your home
- You are behind on car payments and facing the threat of repossession
- Your creditors are garnishing your wages
- You have a pending foreclosure or are behind with your mortgage payments
- You have lawsuits and judgments against you
- You earn a steady paycheck and are able to adhere to a regular payment plan
Attorney Mark Albert Skelton is well versed in bankruptcy law and has a long track record of successfully obtaining debt relief for his clients. The office will stand by your side through the entire process, helping you with all of the necessary documentation and hearings. Our goal is to help you put your debt problems behind you and obtain a fresh financial start.
Learn about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, an option that allows you to liquidate your debt.
Contact a Bankruptcy Repayment Plan Attorney Serving Hawkins County
If you have any questions about Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 888-899-5564 to schedule an appointment with an experienced East Tennessee bankruptcy law attorney. We offer a free office initial consultation. In addition to regular business hours, we are available evenings and weekends by appointment at our Rogersville office.