Chapter 7 Bankruptcy offers individuals a solution to their growing, unmanageable debts. While filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Florida is not the best option for everyone, there are thousands of people who have found a new financial life and a “Fresh Start” with the help of Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney, Randall Hiepe.
Florida law has many asset exemptions that allow a person who files bankruptcy to retain those assets that are exempt. Only an experienced bankruptcy attorney can provide you guidance in determining what is or is not exempt and how your assets may be protected from claims of creditors.
The “Means Test” is a way to determine who can qualify as a “Debtor” (a person who files a bankruptcy) in a Chapter 7 Case. Hiepe Law can help you understand the “Means Test” calculation and determine your eligibility.
Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy won’t be helpful for everyone. In some cases, alternative debt relief solutions will be more effective in providing eventual freedom from debt.
Once Hiepe Law has helped you determine that filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the right path for you to follow, they will discuss its benefits and set forth a plan of action.
Individuals with personal debts are not the only ones who can file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. If your limited liability company (LLC) or corporation is going out of business or is in danger of financial collapse, filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida can offer solutions for a smooth and manageable liquidation of business assets while eliminating the businesses’ obligation for their business debts.
Florida bankruptcy attorney, Randall Hiepe, can walk you carefully through the process of filing a Chapter 7 case, keeping you informed each step of the way.
Business owners may have personally guaranteed the business debts. This is not always the case. After review of the applicable documentation, Hiepe Law can assist in determining personal liability for business debts.
Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a complex process, but Randall Hiepe will patiently and thoroughly address any questions or concerns you may have during the entire process.
“Mr. Hiepe was invaluable in helping me with my bankruptcy woes. He is infinitely knowledgeable in navigating what needs to be done .. and when .. during the filing of a bankruptcy. He is also a very compassionate man ... something you don't often find in the legal field. Not that you would ever call bankruptcy a "pleasure", but Mr. Hiepe almost makes it a pleasure. He is wonderful, and I would wholeheartedly recommend him to ANYONE who needs help with their financial troubles.”
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No matter how you are struggling financially, Randy Hiepe is ready and waiting to learn your story and assist you in a way that will be most beneficial for you. We limit our practice to bankruptcy and debt resolution, but most importantly, we understand that your attorney should be an advocate. Our genuine and compassionate desire to assist you will be evident in the way we communicate with our clients in a respectful and competent manner.Learn More About Us
Contact us today so that we can help. Randy Hiepe and his professional staff at Hiepe Law are eager to listen to your concerns and learn your story. We promise to give you the attention that you deserve and develop personalized solutions that will be the most effective – all we need is your name and contact information. We look forward to discussing particulars and helping you achieve a bright financial future. There’s no need to struggle and suffer beneath mountains of debt when we are available. Contact us now.