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Debt Relief

Have your debts gotten to the point where they are overwhelming and you no longer feel you are in control? Are you in financial trouble and find yourself uncertain of how to proceed? If these or similar statements apply to you, help can be yours.

An Ontario bankruptcy lawyer from Price Law Group is ready to meet in a no-cost, confidential initial consultation to review your personal financial situation. The firm has assisted over 100,000 people in the past several decades to eliminate their debts and get a much needed fresh start and is ready to assist you.

Although the firm is highly experienced in successfully guiding individuals through bankruptcy, as well-versed lawyers they know that not one solution fits all situations. In your case, foreclosure prevention, loan modification, short sale negotiation or debt settlement may achieve your financial goals. For others, wage garnishment, Fair Debt Collection Practice Act violations or creditor abuse may require immediate resolution. Many simply want to know, " How Can I Save My Home?" No matter the specific problem, the firm seeks to find the exact correct procedure to get you back on your feet.

Help Discharging Debt

Frequently, bankruptcy will provide the financial relief that you need. It is a court-run process designed to eliminate all or most of your debts and let you start again financially. There are many types of bankruptcy but Chapters 7 and 13 are the ones normally used by individuals with financial difficulties.

Chapter 7 is commonly referred to as "liquidation" or "fresh start" bankruptcy in that eligible assets you own are sold in order to pay off a portion of the debts you owe. The remainder will be forgiven by the courts as part of the bankruptcy process and an attorney from the firm can explain which of your assets, such as your home, car and others may be exempt from the procedure.

Chapter 13 features a 3 to 5 year repayment plan for those who have sufficient income to meet some of their obligations. Usually, the amount of debt that you owe will be reduced so that the court approved plan is realistic. Your concerns and goals are what the firm address and they look forward to being of assistance to you and your family. Contact Price Law Group today!

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