When you must contemplate the possibility of filing for bankruptcy, we highly recommend contacting an experienced bankruptcy attorney / lawyer to discuss your legal rights and how they may apply to your ability to successfully navigate bankruptcy proceedings relating to a:
Compared to just 10 years ago, the negative stigma of a personal bankruptcy does not carry the same sting as it used to. Today, a bankruptcy is often seen as a way to get a fresh start by actually repairing your credit over a period of time.
With the current state of the economy, and the realization that part of the responsibility for our economic state is due to the roll which lenders and credit organizations have played, it is expected that a bankruptcy may not affect your financial future as much as it does even today.
As a law firm providing experienced Bankruptcy Attorney & Lawyer legal services, assisting Lakeland, Tampa, Plant City, Winter Haven, Bartow, and surrounding area residents with Bankruptcy legal issues, we are committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation.
If you considering filing for a Bankruptcy, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Lakeland Bankruptcy attorney & lawyer. Contact Gregg S. Kamp, P.A., today by calling (863) 646-3135 or by filling out our online contact form to schedule a confidential legal consultation.
In most cases, those filing for bankruptcy are able to retain their home, primary automobile, and other essential material possessions. Often times, this may hinge on the experience of your bankruptcy attorney / lawyer.
There may be many factors which your bankruptcy lawyer (attorney) must address in order to provide the highest standard of legal representation in your bankruptcy claim, including, but not limited to:
- All credit card companies, which will be affected in your bankruptcy claim
- The amount owed to credit card companies
- Any tax records which may affect your bankruptcy claim
- The income of the household and personal income
- Banking history
- Property or other assets you currently own or are making payments on
- And all other debts you may have which will be affected by a bankruptcy claim
A Bankruptcy will appear on your credit report for 5 to 7 years. This does not mean you cannot get credit after filing for bankruptcy. Most lenders will extend credit within two or three years after filing a bankruptcy case. Generally, the effect of bankruptcy on your credit is not a bankruptcy issue; it is a banking or credit issue.
Gregg S. Kamp, P.A., aggressively defends the legal rights of those involved in the Bankruptcy process, while addressing all related issues that should be taken into consideration when defending your legal rights.
We provide professional bankruptcy law attorney & lawyer legal services in Lakeland, Tampa, Plant City, Winter Haven, Bartow, and surrounding areas. We urge you to be proactive in protecting your legal rights.