A Path To Debt Relief
At The Law Offices of Thomas Maronick Jr LLC, we help people find the debt relief solution that is right for them. In some cases, Chapter 7 is a good option. Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to eliminate most unpaid debts. The following types of debt can be discharged through Chapter 7 bankruptcy:
- Credit card debt
- Medical debt
- Personal and payday loans
- Income taxes more than three years old
Chapter 7 is not right for everyone. Certain debts cannot be discharged under Chapter 7, such as student loans, child support payments or new tax debt. Some clients choose to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which is a reorganization of debts and a partial discharge. If you are eligible, Chapter 7 eliminates all eligible debts and will establish protection from creditor harassment and collections.
Financial Protection Is Possible
No one should have to cope with creditor harassment. Incessant letters and phone calls can become taxing. Not only must debtors put up with creditor harassment, but they may fear lawsuits, repossession and eviction. Many debtors can find instant relief by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Creditors must immediately cease contact once you file for bankruptcy. This means that they can no longer call, send letters or file a lawsuit against you. They must completely discontinue action, even on pending lawsuits. We can help you establish these protections through Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
The Maronick Law firm has lawyers practicing chapter 7 bankruptcy law in Baltimore Maryland, Ocean City Maryland, Annapolis Maryland, Silver Spring Maryland, Bel Air Maryland, and Salisbury Maryland. The Maronick Law Office's Attorneys practice chapter 7 bankruptcy law all throughout Maryland as well. No matter which Maryland Court we practice in, we will provide the best defense for your chapter 7 bankruptcy case.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.