You may have also have debt where no property secures the repayment of the loan, which are called unsecured loans. Common unsecured debt includes credit card debt, but it also includes medical bills, utility bills, car repossession charges, certain types of taxes and even student loans.
The two main types of personal bankruptcy, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, each address your debt situation differently. An experienced bankruptcy attorney will help you examine your specific financial situation, in the context of the bankruptcy law, to maximize the financial help available for your and your family.
If you are faced with situation where you are overwhelmed with bills or are being sued and harassed by creditors, talking with an experienced bankruptcy attorney will help guide you through this difficult time. Attorney Scott M. Amori of Amori & Associates, LLC would be happy to meet with you for a no obligation consultation.
Please contact Amori & Associates at (570) 421-1406.