Discharging Medical Debt Through Bankruptcy
When you are injured or experience an illness and later face overwhelming medical bills, who can you help you identify debt relief options? When hospitals and other care centers harass you regarding excessive debt, who can you contact to discuss discharging your medical bills?
We Will Advocate For You
The Ann Arbor medical debt relief attorneys of Marrs & Terry, PLLC, have over a decade of experience in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. These bankruptcy options work as follows:
- With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debtor’s unsecured property is sold. Proceeds are used to pay dischargeable debt, including, usually, medical debt. Medical debt and other dischargeable debt is often completely discharged for pennies on the dollar.
- With Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor works with the court to reorganize debt and debt payments. No property is sold/lost. At the end of the repayment period, remaining debt is discharged.
Since 1999, we have assisted thousands of clients in reducing medical debt and other debt. We bring more than 18 years of experience to every case and we offer in-home appointments upon request. We can assist you with the many issues and complexities that can arise regarding bankruptcy and medical debt. For instance, if you were injured in an accident, will fault come into play? What if your debt resulted from an instance involving drunkenness? Can estates pursue medical debt owed? We can address these issues and all others.
Contact Experienced Attorneys Today. We Are Here To Help.
For more information, contact a lawyer at our firm by calling 866-665-8095.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.