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Minneapolis Bankruptcy Attorney

A Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney from Neff Law Firm, P.A., can help consumers and businesses in the Minneapolis area file for bankruptcy. These experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy attorneys have provided legal help to many Minneapolis debtors in filing bankruptcy in Minneapolis. The firm's Minneapolis bankruptcy attorneys have over fifty years of combined experience assisting Minneapolis debtors who felt like they were drowning in unpaid bills and experiencing debt related problems such as harassment from creditors, being sued for non-payment of money due, foreclosure, repossession or garnishment.

Considering Filing Bankruptcy in Minneapolis

Financial pressure from creditors, foreclosure, repossession and garnishment either singly or combined can lead a consumer in Minneapolis to contemplate filing bankruptcy. A Minneapolis consumer or business needs to understand that there is more than one type of debt relief available under the bankruptcy laws. Debt relief may be handled in a certain manner depending on the type of bankruptcy being filed. The two common types of bankruptcy that are filed for consumers by the Minneapolis bankruptcy attorneys at Neff Law Firm, P.A., are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Minneapolis consumers contemplating bankruptcy should understand the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. It takes more to file a specific type of bankruptcy than just preferring to do so. The filing Minneapolis debtor must be eligible to file a specific type of bankruptcy. Meeting with an experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney to discuss your situation and available options is an important first step.

Chapter 13 Minneapolis Bankruptcy Attorney

Minneapolis debtors who are gainfully employed but cannot pay expenses and/or adequately pay off accumulated debt obligations may find relief through filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This would entail among other things preparing a legal budget plan to retire debts that will be accepted by creditors in the bankruptcy court in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minneapolis Chapter 13 attorneys at Neff Law Firm, P.A., have many years of experience helping consumers prepare budget plans. The budget plan must be workable under prevailing law, so the legal help of an experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer at Neff Law Firm, P.A., can be of great assistance to a consumer.

Chapter 7 Minneapolis Bankruptcy Attorney

Minneapolis consumers who have serious financial pressure can explore the potential to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy or what is often referred to as a straight bankruptcy. This type of bankruptcy allows for the discharge of certain types of debt. A debtor desiring to file for a discharge of debt under chapter 7 must be qualified to do so under the law. Debtors desiring this type of relief may set up a meeting with a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney from Neff Law Firm, P.A.'s,, greater Minneapolis office in Edina, Minnesota and do a bankruptcy evaluation. This would include having the Minneapolis debtor go through the means test. The Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyers at Neff Law Firm, P.A., have helped many Minneapolis debtors file for bankruptcy relief in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Minneapolis Bankruptcy Evaluation

A Minneapolis debtor who is experiencing serious money pressures may get an evaluation of his or her financial situation from a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney to determine eligibility for bankruptcy. As a part of the bankruptcy evaluation the Minneapolis debtor can go over with a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney his or her options for possible Minneapolis Minnesota bankruptcy debt relief. The evaluation would include going over with a Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer the means test in bankruptcy and other factors as well. At that time, a Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer can explore with a consumer the potential for an acceptable wage earners plan. The Minneapolis bankruptcy attorneys at Neff Law Firm, P.A., can provide valuable bankruptcy information and legal help when appropriate to file a bankruptcy.

Minneapolis Foreclosure Attorney

A Minneapolis foreclosure attorney can help a debtor facing foreclosure. The Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyers at Neff Law Firm, P.A., in Minneapolis have years of experience helping Minneapolis debtors in financial turmoil including the threat of foreclosure. Minneapolis consumers who fear losing their house in foreclosure may get legal assistance from one of the firm's Minneapolis debt relief lawyers. Timeliness is critical in dealing with foreclosure matters in Minneapolis so it is important for a Minneapolis debtor who has notice of foreclosure to immediately seek out legal assistance from a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney. Foreclosure problems do not automatically go away, but rather need timely, efficient and effective attention. A Minneapolis consumer undergoing the threat of foreclosure can explore with an experienced Minneapolis foreclosure lawyer his or her legal rights and available options in dealing with the foreclosure and along with any other related financial pressures such as repossession or garnishment.

Meeting with a Minneapolis Bankruptcy Attorney

Minneapolis debtors can meet with either a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney at the firm's Edina, Minnesota office. This greater Minneapolis law office is available to consumers throughout Minnesota including people living in Minneapolis, Edina, Bloomington, Golden Valley, St. Louis Park, Robbinsdale, Brooklyn Center, Anoka, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Deep Haven, Minnetonka, Wayzata, Mound, Hopkins, Chaska, Chanhassen, Excelsior, Orono, Shakopee, Richfield, Brooklyn Park, Plymouth, Gaylord and Maple Grove.

For an appointment to meet a Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney in the greater Minneapolis office in Edina, Minnesota please call Neff Law Firm, P.A.'s, central scheduling telephone number of (952) 831-6555.

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