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Idaho Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a powerful tool to obtain a discharge or forgiveness of debt. Chapter 7 is sometimes called a “straight” bankruptcy or a liquidation. In a chapter 7 bankruptcy in Boise, all of your debts with very few exceptions are completely discharged or forgiven. It is the most common form of bankruptcy and what most people think of when they think of bankruptcy.

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While non-exempt property is subject to liquidation in a chapter 7 bankruptcy, uur bankruptcy attorney has the expertise to ensure that your case is handled carefully and properly, so that you keep as much of your property–if not all– when filing. Schedule a consultation now to see if you qualify for our Low Upfront Bankruptcy Program and get your case filed for only $99 down!

You can rest assured that when our chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney recommends a particular course of action, it is the best solution possible for your situation.Our experienced chapter 7 attorney will ensure that you keep the maximum amount of property possible.  Our experience, attention to detail, understanding and compassionate approach to debt relief is unsurpassed in Idaho.

How Will My Property Be Affected By Idaho Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not a free pass like creditors like to suggest. The bankruptcy laws will require you to agree to surrender any “non-exempt” property. Essentially bankruptcy rules (called exemptions) protect much if not all of your property from liquidation. Any property that doesn’t have an exemption will be unprotected and could be liquidated on behalf of your creditors. In most cases there is no non-exempt property; therefore you won’t be required to surrender any property.

The best way to understand how bankruptcy would affect you and your property is to schedule a free bankruptcy evaluation with our experienced Arizona bankruptcy attorneys. Don’t delay, get started today.

What Happens to My Debt in a Bankruptcy Under Chapter 7?

After completing the requirements under chapter 7, your debts will be discharged, which means you are forgiven of the debts and the creditor can no longer collect on the debt. There are a few exceptions to a chapter 7 discharge. For example, some taxes, most student loans, and debts owed as part of a divorce decree are non-dischargeable. That means you will still be responsible for those types of debts after filing. To understand what debts won’t be discharged, schedule a free bankruptcy consultation today.

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