In a Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most debts are completely eliminated or "discharged." Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to discharge medical bills, credit cards, judgments from accidents, personal loans, or other unsecured loans. If your debts are discharged in a Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your creditors are forever prevented from making any effort to collect the debt.
You should have a Washington Chapter 7 attorney look at your debt levels compared to equity. Depending on your equity levels, you may be able to keep more of your property and discharge more of your debt. Contact Us to see if a chapter 7 bankruptcy is right for you.
Under Washington Chapter 7, an attorney needs to take a look at the collateral that secures your debt. With some minor exceptions, you must either pay for the collateral that secures your debt or give it back to the creditor. The exceptions for a Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be complicated and confusing so you'll be better off letting us help you through the process.
Robert J. Reynolds has over 30 years of experience guiding debtors through Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy. By working with an experienced Washington Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney, you'll have a much better chance of discharging more of your debt.
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