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Bronx Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

Let Us Help You File for Chapter 7

We can help you if you're unsure of how to get out of debt, and how to stop the creditor calls, collection attempts, and the constant harassment and anxiety that debt can create. While this time in your life may be overwhelming, it is important to know that you have options.

At the Law Offices of David Brodman, we proudly assist clients with filing for bankruptcy and help them achieve financial freedom. Our firm proudly counsels individuals throughout the Bronx area, and we may be able to help you as well.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Drawing from More Than 20 Years’ Experience
  • 5,000+ Bankruptcy Cases Handled
  • We're Open on Saturdays
  • 5-Star Client Reviews
  • Free, Confidential Case Evaluations

What Is Liquidation Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes referred to as liquidation bankruptcy or straight bankruptcy.

When you file under Chapter 7, all non-secured debts will be eliminated, including:

  • Medical debt
  • Consumer debt
  • And mortgages

Under this Chapter, all non-exempt property will be sold to help repay the debts that have accumulated. While some personal property and homes are protected by Chapter 7 exemptions, vacation homes and other luxury expenditures may be liquidated.

While a lot of debts are discharged by filing for Chapter 7, some debts will remain, including:

  • Student loans
  • Court-ordered payments
  • And property taxes will all still need to be paid

What Is the Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

When you retain the representation of the Bronx bankruptcy lawyer from our firm, we can fully evaluate your case and determine which legal action may be best for you.

Under the United States Bankruptcy Code, consumers can file for two different types of bankruptcy:

The Means Test

Chapter 7 bankruptcy differs from Chapter 13 in a few ways. The main difference is that you must pass a Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test in order to file under this chapter.

The means test will determine if your debts greatly exceed your overall income. If you pass the test, you can file your petition almost immediately.

Contact the Law Offices of David Brodman!

There are numerous benefits to filing for bankruptcy, and the Law Offices of David Brodman can help you reap them.

In addition to discharging debts, bankruptcy can also:

  • Stop foreclosure
  • Stop creditor harassment
  • Help restore your credit
  • Provide you with a clean slate to regain control of your finances

Are you ready to be out of debt? Now is the time to act! At the Law Offices of David Brodman, we can work with you determine the best legal action for your case. Each client is treated as a family member at our firm, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that you receive a favorable outcome to your situation.

If you are interested in learning more about Chapter 7 bankruptcy or your eligibility to file, contact the Law Offices of David Brodman by completing a free case evaluation form or calling 718.354.8027 today!

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Happy Clients

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  • If you need help, a fresh start, he is your man.

    “If you need help, a fresh start, he is your man.”

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  • Went over everything in detail, showed up to court once and that was it.

    “Went over everything in detail, showed up to court once and that was it.”

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  • I’m now happy and stress free, thanks to Mr. David Brodman

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  • I urge you to not only seek his counsel but recommend him to everybody you know because he is truly and honestly the very best.

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