Filing for Bankruptcy
Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Houston
If you are struggling to pay off debt that far exceeds your monthly income, you may qualify to file Chapter 7. If you file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 you can eliminate your dischargeable debts, which may include unpaid credit cards, utility bills, medical bills, unsecured loans, and many more types of debts. If filing bankruptcy is something you are considering, Houston Bankruptcy Attorney O. Miller White can provide you with bankruptcy services and take you through the bankruptcy process, defend your best interests, and make sure everything possible is done to bring your bankruptcy to a successful conclusion.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Process
Filing bankruptcy under Chapter 7 begins with filing a petition with the bankruptcy court. Approximately 30 days later you will appear at a Creditors’ Meeting, however very few(if any) of your creditors are likely to show up at this meeting in response to you filing bankruptcy. Regardless of whether or not your creditors do attend this meeting, Mr. White will be there to help you and to protect your best interests. After this meeting, any additional documents that are needed will be organized and sent by us to complete the bankruptcy process. Sixty days after the creditors meeting, you will be eligible to receive a discharge order signed by the bankruptcy judge assigned to your case. After that judge has signed your discharge order your legal responsibility to pay those discharged debts will be gone forever through legal debt elimination.
Why Choose Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney O. Miller White?
O. Miller White has nearly two decades of experience helping clients file Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Houston and he is very knowledgeable in the laws and protocols involving bankruptcy services. Call us if you live in Houston, Southwest Houston, Bellaire and all metro Houston area suburbs. Because the U.S. bankruptcy laws tend to be complex, you need the help of the Houston Bankruptcy Attorney to file for bankruptcy. By retaining Mr. White, you can make sure your bankruptcy process remains on track, and that everything possible is done to make your bankruptcy services succeed in not only eliminating your debts but also making you feel better about having solved the problems you could not avoid.
If you need to know more about filing bankruptcy, contact Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer O. Miller White today to schedule a free office consultation to discuss all your financial worries.