Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney in New Port Richey

Help and Hope are Only a Phone Call Away

The weight of debt gets heavier every day. A notice of foreclosure has brought fear to you and your family. Threats of car repossession continue as your telephone seemingly never stops ringing. Stress increases. The pressure builds as your money problems affect all aspects of your life.

At the law office of Jay W. Moreland, P.A., we can provide the help and support you need in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing with dedication and without judgment.

You can start over free of out-of-control debts and harassing creditors while keeping a roof over your head. Contact our New Port Richey law office at 727-847-2083.

You Have Options in Repaying Your Debts

While Chapter 7 bankruptcy still exists as a viable option to get out of debt, some clients do not qualify based on their income. Their problems were caused by a disabling accident or illness, the loss of a job, or a divorce. While debt is not immediately discharged in a Chapter 13 filing, you can secure a manageable payment plan over three to five years. The remaining debt may be discharged at that time. If you have fallen behind on your mortgage payments, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may not stop a foreclosure. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop a foreclosure even after a lawsuit has been filed against you.

When Financial Times are Tough, We Are There

The light at the end of a long, dark tunnel achieved through Chapter 13 bankruptcy is no illusion. For three decades, attorney Jay W. Moreland, the founder of our firm, has worked hard on behalf of Florida residents facing severe financial hardship.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, please contact us.

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