Ann Arbor Bankruptcy Lawyers

Ann Arbor Insolvency Attorneys

At the Michigan law firm of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, our goal is to use the bankruptcy process to help clients get a fresh start on their financial future.

Your Personal Bankruptcy Options

The first question most people have when they are considering filing for bankruptcy is "What can bankruptcy do for my financial situation?" The answer to that question depends upon the type of debt you have, your income and the type of bankruptcy filing you can make.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to eliminate the majority of unsecured debt. You will have the option of keeping or surrendering most items that you still owe money on. Chapter 7 can be filed upon meeting the requirements of a bankruptcy means test.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to reorganize your debts and reduce your payments. You will have a payment plan that will last for three to five years.

What Bankruptcy Can Do for You

We understand that loss of income, a medical emergency, a divorce or any number of other situations can lead to overwhelming debt. The debt discharge offered through bankruptcy is designed specifically for people who face these situations.

Many people worry that they will lose all their property if they file bankruptcy. We educate our clients honestly about the realities of asset protection and exemptions. We also educate about alternatives to bankruptcy, including debt consolidation and debt negotiation.

Bankruptcy immediately:

The immediate impact is the result of the automatic stay that goes into place upon filing bankruptcy. In some cases, filing also allows you to strip your second mortgage.

Experienced Ann Arbor Bankruptcy Attorneys

Thousands of people like you have turned to the bankruptcy lawyers of Marrs & Terry, PLLC. We help clients put the stress of debt in the past while finding a new, solid financial ground. We can do the same for you. We are well-versed in all bankruptcy matters, including:

Our attorneys can guide you through the process, showing you the bright side of bankruptcy.

If you have been told you do not qualify for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, you should talk to one of our experienced attorneys for a second opinion.

To discuss your case with our Ann Arbor bankruptcy attorneys, call us toll free at 866-665-8095 or contact us online.