Bankruptcy: As a bankruptcy attorney in Huntersville NC, we understand that considering bankruptcy is a very difficult decision for many people. It is often a weighing of options for how to move forward with one’s debts and assets. NorthPointe Law offers free consultations to review one’s financial situation and to advise a person whether bankruptcy is the best option or if there may be better alternatives available to that individual or family. Our attorneys will review with each client the difference between a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, what the qualifications for each involve, including the median income and means test for Chapter 7, discussion of protecting and exempting assets, things not to do prior to filing bankruptcy, discussion of credit counseling and the Meeting of the Creditors as well as the impact of a bankruptcy filing on one’s credit.
If you live in Charlotte, NC, Huntersville, NC, and the greater Lake Norman area and are seeking to investigate your options, don’t wait. Those who seek legal counsel have on average much better outcomes than going at it alone. Contact us today for more information about bankruptcy law.
When you take advantage of our bankruptcy services in Huntersville, NC, we can help you determine if declaring bankruptcy is the best course of action.
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