Chapter 13

A Way to Keep Your Assets and Pay Off Your Debt

If you are unable to keep current on your mortgage payments, as well as face other forms of debt, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you regain financial stability. Similar to Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers debtors an effective option to reduce rising debt. With this option, you can manage your debt according to your specific financial situation and establish a plan to pay it off over time.

At the law office of Daniel W. Uhlfelder, P.A., located in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, we understand the reality of struggling with debt. Growing up in the local community, attorney Daniel W. Uhlfelder has a personal understanding of the issues his clients face and fights to protect their future at any cost. With our assistance, we can help you understand how bankruptcy will affect your financial situation and help you get a fresh start.

Reorganization of Debt

Through Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can structure a repayment plan to pay off your debt typically over a period of three to five years. More importantly, it provides debtors an option for foreclosure defense and can help you keep current on your mortgage payments. If you have questions about Chapter 13 bankruptcy, do not hesitate to give us a call. Being proactive is always important in these matters and we will be by your side throughout the process.

Contact a Destin Debt Repayment Plan Lawyer for Immediate Help

Facing overwhelming debt on your own is never easy, but we have the experience to help you immediately. To schedule a free initial consultation with a Santa Rosa Beach Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney, call 850-502-2165 or fill out a short contact form today. Together we can help you get a fresh start and understand what options can improve your situation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.