Resolving Credit Card Debt Through Bankruptcy
Many people find themselves faced with overwhelming debt. Often, credit card debt is a big part of the problem. This debt may be the result of turning to a credit card to pay for things after job loss or some other loss of income. Credit cards may have been used after divorce when adjusting to life with one income instead of two, or after a medical emergency to pay bills. For some, the problem is made more difficult by the high interest rates that come with these cards.
We Can Help You Overcome Credit Card Debt
If you select us, Marrs & Terry, PLLC, to help you overcome your credit card debt, you can expect us to guide you through the bankruptcy process smoothly and efficiently. Whether your debt is primarily from credit cards or whether they make up only a small part of the overall issue, we will pave the way to help you obtain true debt relief. Contact our law firm online or call 866-665-8095.
What Can Bankruptcy Do For Credit Card Debt?
Credit card debt is a type of unsecured debt. Like most unsecured debt, it is easily eliminated through both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Time complications may arise if you have used the credit card within 90 days of filing bankruptcy.
In Chapter 7, the credit card debt will be completely discharged. In Chapter 13, the credit card debt will be included in your repayment plan. The credit card company may receive some portion of your monthly payments, although that may be a very small portion. Any credit card debt not paid through the repayment plan will be discharged upon completion of the plan. The credit card company may have been paid off as low as five percent or as high as 100 percent.
We Can Help You Find Financial Relief. Contact Us Today.
If you would like to learn more about overcoming debt from your Visa card, MasterCard, American Express card or other credit card, contact us online or call 866-665-8095 to discuss your situation with our experienced Ann Arbor and Ann Arbor credit card debt attorneys.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.