A chapter 7 case is synonymous with the concept of a “fresh start.” Individuals and sole proprietors discharge their debt upon successfully filing for chapter 7. Incorporated businesses, which are not entitled to a bankruptcy discharge, can typically dissolve after successfully filing for chapter 7.
For a general and basic understanding of chapter 7, please refer to the official U.S. Court website.
The chapter 7 process can be a powerful legal option to those who are facing some or all of the following issues:
- Foreclosure and Mortgage Issues
- Bad Debt
- Bankruptcy Litigation
- Wage garnishments
- Tax problems
- Lease Issues
- Harassing Phone calls
- Tax Debt
Attorney Jeffrey Hsu has dealt with all types of chapter 7 issues. Mr. Hsu has helped clients discharge bad debt, stop foreclosures, modify mortgage payments, review tax assessments, stop wage garnishments, and resolve fraud claims. While not all debts are dischargeable via chapter 7, JCH Law Firm will help you identify what debts or claims may be dischargeable in your particular case and review all legal chapter 7 options that may be to your benefit.
Jeffrey Hsu has advised individuals from the permanently unemployed to working professionals including insurance agents, doctors, and lawyers. Mr. Hsu has filed corporate bankruptcies and consumer bankruptcies for people such as real estate brokers, employees of Fortune 500 companies, unemployed individuals, students, retirees, domestic partners, married couples, divorcees, and small business owners. His sample business chapter 7 filings include a commercial feed lot, an RV Park, several trucking businesses, and a solar panel corporation.
At JCH Law Firm, our Southern California bankruptcy attorneys can help you with your chapter 7 bankruptcy case.