Bankruptcy Means Test
Determining Whether You Are Eligible for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
If you have started exploring your bankruptcy options, you have probably heard of the means test, which is used when you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Many people have a lot of wrong information about the means test and incorrectly think they cannot file Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
If you are concerned about your status under the bankruptcy means test, our Atlanta attorneys at Jamie L. Gingold, PC, GingoldBankruptcyLaw.com (Formerly practicing with Gingold & Gingold LLC) can offer skilled advice and representation.
Aggressively Advocating for You to Pursue the Results You Need
In order to determine which type of bankruptcy is better for you, we will look at your income, your expenses, the amount of secured and unsecured debt that you owe, the median income of people in your state, and other factors. There are many complexities to the means test, especially for small business owners and self-employed individuals.
Our attorneys are extremely familiar with the provisions of the means test and will work with you to file the best possible case for you.
We will not only review your pay stubs, bills and other documents but also carefully go over your individual situation.
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Come to our firm so our attorneys can help you relieve your financial stress through bankruptcy. We will answer your questions and do everything we can to obtain the best possible results. To schedule a consultation with our experienced bankruptcy lawyers, please call us at (678) 915-2634 or e-mail us today.