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Austin Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney - Retired
Job Loss? Medical Emergency? Divorce? Linda Rushing Can Help.
When debt gets out of control due to any number of factors, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide much needed relief and a chance at a fresh start. The Texas law firm of M. Linda Rushing, PC, provides effective and sound Chapter 7 bankruptcy advice.
Making Bankruptcy Work for You
The bankruptcy laws are there for your protection. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is generally known as personal bankruptcy. Most debt is eliminated or discharged. Usually, you can keep your property such as homes, cars and other personal property. You may even be able to keep rental property or an extra vehicle.
With the 2005 changes in the bankruptcy laws, a new "means test" was implemented and the filing requirements got stricter. Many people feared they would not qualify to file under Chapter 7.
If you are considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but are worried about being able to fit in under the means test, contact Austin Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer Linda Rushing. She is highly skilled at finding ways to get clients into Chapter 7. She has gotten people into a Chapter 7 that other attorneys have said couldn't fit. She uses her experience and knowledge of how the process works and how to maximize every penny for the means test.
Take Back Control of Your LifeBeing buried under debt can be debilitating and even cause physical health problems, from loss of sleep to increased anxiety and high blood pressure. Linda Rushing helps clients get a fresh start and get their lives back.
Here are some common concerns clients have:
- How soon will my credit start bouncing back after I file? — Often within two years clients can see credit improvement and obtain financing for mortgages and other loans.
- How long does bankruptcy stay on my record? — 10 years. After that, the bankruptcy falls off your credit report. Generally, a person can only file bankruptcy every eight years.
There is a lot to understand before filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Linda Rushing will always take the time to answer all questions PERSONALLY. Also, see the bankruptcy FAQs page or the Glossary/Dictionary section for more information.
Contact Linda Rushing — Central Texas Personal Bankruptcy Lawyer
For more information about how or when to file for Chapter 7, turn to Austin bankruptcy attorney, M. Linda Rushing, PC. Call today or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. To make the process easy and accessible for all, payment plans are available.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Please consult an attorney for advice about your individual situation. This site and its information is not legal advice, nor is it intended to be. Feel free to get in touch by electronic mail, letters or phone calls. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship is not established until a contract has been signed by both parties.
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