Salt Lake City Chapter 7 Attorney

What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Feeling like you are drowning in debt with no end in sight can be overwhelming. Often, even when you try to catch up with some of your bills, interest and fees add up quickly to an unmanageable level. Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Utah is also known as the liquidation bankruptcy chapter and is used to discharge unsecured debt to allow you to have a fresh start.

Why clients choose Enderton & Mathews, LLC:

  • Representation backed by more than 30 years of legal experience
  • Thousands of cases successfully handled
  • Affordable legal solutions
  • Free consultations
  • Personalized attention for every case

This is one of the most common forms of bankruptcy and can be used for a majority of your debt. If you’re unsure if Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Utah is right for you, a trusted attorney at our firm will sit down and discuss your legal options. At Enderton & Mathews, LLC, we use Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing to help our clients have another chance with their finances.

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MYTHS ABOUT FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY

Many of our clients tell us in their first consultation that bankruptcy seems like giving up or that it has a bad reputation. However, filing for bankruptcy may be the most responsible step you can take if your finances are out of control. Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Utah with the help of our centrally located Salt Lake City bankruptcy lawyer can present the opportunity for you to take control.

A few examples of the debts which are discharged in Chapter 7 include:

  • Credit card debt
  • Medical bills
  • Bank loans
  • Deficiency balances on homes and vehicles after a foreclosure or repossession
  • Judgments resulting from debt collection and personal injury

A few examples of debts which cannot be discharged under Chapter 7 include:

  • Some taxes
  • Child support/ alimony payments
  • Fraudulently obtained debts
  • Student loans

IS CHAPTER 7 RIGHT FOR ME?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is often the best option. There are, however, some instances where chapter 7 bankruptcy in Utah may not be the best option. Often people that have delinquent house or vehicle payments choose to file chapter 13 to insure they are able to keep their house and cars. Enderton & Mathews represents people in both chapter 7 and 13 and will discuss which option is best for you. We are well-versed in our legal abilities and will use our knowledge and experience to your advantage.

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