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    Filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Atlanta


    Almost everyone qualifies for chapter 13!

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    Are you facing vehicle repossession, home foreclosure, or wage garnishment? $10 Cahpter 13 filing fee. Contact the Cochran Firm today for more information.Chapter 13 was designed for times such as Chapter 13 was designed for times such as these. With as little as $75 down, we will prepare and file your chapter 13 bankruptcy case. Chapter 13 is a way for you to stop current collection efforts and allow you some breathing room to repay your debts apart from the burdensome requirements of your individual obligations or contracts. Simply stated, chapter 13 allows you to restructure your monthly payment obligations. Under chapter 13, your payments may be stretched over a period not to exceed five years. Depending upon your circumstances, you may not have to repay all of your unsecured creditors, like for example, hospital bills or credit cards. Every chapter 13 begins with a repayment plan. The plan is unique to your circumstances. Many debts may be included in the repayment plan. Almost everyone qualifies for chapter 13. Chapter 13 is also known as a consolidation bankruptcy or individual reorganization.Happy family jumping.

    With Chapter 13, you can stretch out your car payments, mortgage arrears, tax debt, or child support arrears. Because you have a five year time frame with which to repay certain debts, Chapter 13 provides you extra money to pay your normal living expenses. Chapter 13 is also allows you to keep your property and avoid repossession or foreclosure. Chapter 13 also stops wage and tax garnishments.

    At its core, chapter 13 requires a source of income. Over time, bankruptcy courts have defined income as money received on a consistent basis from all sources. As such, income may be derived from an obvious source such as employment. Other non-contemplated sources include disability, child support, retirement, or other government benefits.

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