Whether you’re filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, using an expert like Mark is much easier and safer than having to understand the ins and outs of bankruptcy on your own. You may have heard that Chapter 7 cases are easier to file than Chapter 13. While that is usually true, that doesn’t mean that it isn’t difficult. You have to understand the forms, the timing, and other legal requirements to file it correctly. If you don’t submit the right information, your debt might not be discharged and you risk your case being delayed for a longer period of time. You will also miss out on valuable advice that could yield a better result. Filing Chapter 7 can get even stickier if one of your creditors has filed a lawsuit against you or you own a business.

Ultimately, your best bet is to choose to file through a Georgia bankruptcy attorney, like Mark.

The complexity of a Chapter 13 case is no secret. In addition to bankruptcy forms, you will have to develop a repayment plan proposal which can be very complicated if you aren’t familiar with financial terms and can’t afford the necessary software to help you determine what it should be. Mark uses his knowledge, experience, and technological tools to come up with the best solution for you that the courts are likely to approve. If you need to cram down a car loan or strip a second mortgage, you could have to file additional paperwork. Unfortunately many people don’t know what they are missing until they file their case. Attempting to manage your own case causes setbacks, frustration, and no resolution to your financial problems.

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Don’t get bogged down in forms and waste hours poring over DIY forums on the internet. If you’re filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Georgia, you need an expert. Contact the Law Offices of Mark A. Bandy P.C.

Mark has been practicing law for over 13 years. He’s the Georgia Bankruptcy Attorney that’s done the leg work so you don’t have to.