Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy allows debtors to become current on payments and stop foreclosures, repossessions and wage garnishments while getting the relief needed from other debts.
You must earn wages or have some source of regular income and you must agree to pay part of your income to your creditors. The court must approve your repayment plan and your budget.
Debts can be “reorganized” in to payment plans over a three-to-five-year period. If you make timely payments for the period, any remaining unsecured debts are discharged and the case is closed.
Contact John M. Holstine, P.A.
Bankruptcy law has many details. Each state and federal law has different rules. This makes an experienced bankruptcy attorney your best resource to fund the right bankruptcy chapter for you. John M. Holstine, P.A. can help Arkansas residents with all their bankruptcy needs. Call today to learn how we can help you make the best decision that is right for you.