The Bone Law Firm Has The Facts You Need About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

If an unexpected, expensive occurrence has plunged you deeply into debt — and you are desperate for a way out of creditor harassment and home foreclosure threats — you probably think that a life without debt is a complete pipe dream.

It's not, thanks to Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection that eliminates many different kinds of debt, and gives you and your Leesburg, The Villages or Lake County, Florida, family the "fresh start" you deserve.

Robert E. Bone Jr. of The Bone Law Firm is an experienced, compassionate consumer bankruptcy attorney who can show you how to achieve this goal of a debt-free life. You can benefit greatly from his comprehensive knowledge of liquidation bankruptcy law, property exemptions that help you maintain major possessions and even how to pursue alternatives to personal bankruptcy.

Mr. Bone has seen and helped some of his own family through financial difficulties and bankruptcy. He will represent you in the same compassionate manner he would expect his own family to be represented.

Are you being threatened with repossession of the car or truck you use to get to your job? Have you suffered the shock of seeing wages garnished from your paycheck by a creditor? Are collections agencies making your life miserable with unsolicited, unwelcome phone calls and visits to your home? Have you been discouraged from filing for bankruptcy because you are embarrassed about having somehow "failed" at being self-sufficient?

Chapter 7 Individual Bankruptcy: "Do I Qualify?"

If you can pass the "means test" needed for Chapter 7 eligibility, the brighter future you envision, for yourself and your loved ones, could be within your reach. To speak to a bankruptcy lawyer who truly cares, contact Robert E. Bone Jr. today and arrange a free, confidential initial consultation. The Bone Law Firm welcomes the opportunity to help in any way it can. Call 352-702-0572 or email us.

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