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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Missouri Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Having debts you can't seem to get rid of is never easy. Sometimes the situation just keeps getting worse. You may face sleepless nights or harassing phone calls by predatory creditors. You may end up paying for a car you already lost to repossession. If you feel there's no way for you to crawl out from under your unpaid bills, it's time to call a bankruptcy lawyer.

Contact Troy D. Losh-North, attorney at law, to speak to a knowledgeable Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer in Warrensburg, Missouri.

At Troy D. Losh-North , attorney at law, we're dedicated to helping you get a fresh start through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Also known as debt liquidation, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to liquidate your non-exempt assets in order to pay off your debts. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy may also allow you to discharge some unsecured debts including, but not limited to:

  • Personal loans
  • Payday loans
  • Repossessions
  • Credit card debts
  • Medical bills
  • Some tax debts

These debts may be subject to exceptions and limitations, which attorney Losh-North can discuss in great detail with you. He'll also make sure that all the paperwork is done correctly so that the bankruptcy process goes smoothly.

We've been helping clients file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy for over 10 years, and we can help you every step of the way -- from qualifying under the Chapter 7 "means test" until the time you obtain debt relief. Filing for bankruptcy can also help you stop foreclosures and garnishments.

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will be reflected on your credit record for 10 years. If you feel that Chapter 7 does not suit your needs, we will gladly refer you to another lawyer who can help you with your bankruptcy matter.

If you require the services of a knowledgeable Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer in Warrensburg, Missouri, contact Troy D. Losh, attorney at law, to schedule a free initial consultation.

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