Brett Chapin: A Talented Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney
A Hands-On Approach That Makes Your Best Interests Our Priority
At Chapin Law Firm, LLC, we help individuals in Kansas find meaningful relief from debt through bankruptcy. We take a hands-on approach to make sure your bankruptcy is completed in a timely and efficient manner. With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney who has also been a certified public accountant (CPA) for over 20 years, there is not a financial situation we can’t help you untangle.
Our law firm is located in Shawnee, Kansas but we provide bankruptcy services throughout Johnson County, Wyandotte County and the Kansas City metro area. Call us for a free initial consultation at 913-385-0600.
Stop Foreclosure And Repossession. Stop Creditor Calls. Resolve Tax Debt. Rebuild Your Credit.
Chapter 13 is a debt relief process that allows you to eliminate or reorganize your debts such as a mortgage or taxes into an affordable repayment plan based on your income and individual circumstances. This is why it is often referred to as the “wage earner’s” bankruptcy. The repayment plan lasts from three to five years. Upon successful completion of this plan, remaining debt can be discharged similar to Chapter 7.
Filing under this chapter can be very beneficial for those who want to keep property secured by a loan or resolve tax debts. When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect. The Automatic Stay immediately stops all collection activity, including creditor calls, foreclosure, repossession and garnishment. During the repayment period, you can bring loans current and resolve the underlying debt issues that led to the collection activity.
Want To Get A Handle On Your Debt? Free Initial Consultations.
Talk to a bankruptcy lawyer and get the process started today. We offer free initial consultations in bankruptcy cases. Schedule yours by calling our law firm at 913-385-0600 or sending us an email with your information.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.