Missouri Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
In a Missouri chapter 7 bankruptcy, debts such as credit cards, personal loans and medical bills can be eliminated or “discharged.” Once a discharge has occurred, creditors will forever be prevented from collecting the debt.
For secured debts like vehicle and home loans, the debtor usually can elect to keep the vehicle or the home while continuing to make the same payments. When filing a chapter 7 case, often an individual or couple can keep their personal belongings, vehicles and home.
Missouri Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Experience
The Missouri Bankruptcy Center’s affiliate attorneys specialize in bankruptcy cases and can help you with your Missouri chapter 7 bankruptcy. As experienced attorneys in the field, the attorneys of the Missouri Bankruptcy Center can help you retain assets, increasing the probability that you will be able to get a fresh start without losing all of your possessions.
Fill out our Missouri Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Evaluation to see if you qualify for a chapter 7 bankruptcy.
“We went through Aaron Cook for our bankruptcy in 2008. He was very helpful during the process. He always communicated which made the whole time frame fast and smooth. Aaron helped us understand our budget and counseled us as to what is needed to have a successful outcome when the process is complete. He never made us feel irresponsible or embarrassed for filing, as everyone has unforeseen situations that arise. We would not be in our home, have our vehicles, or be caught up on taxes and bills if it were not for his assistance. I have, and will continue to, recommend Aaron Cook to help others who are considering filing bankruptcy.” – Amy & Husband