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Avon, CT Bankruptcy Attorneys

All is not lost when one cannot repay debts. The law provides options to help you get through insolvency. Click on the links below to learn more about the various types of bankruptcy which may provide solutions for you.

With offices in Avon and Torrington, Connecticut bankruptcy attorney Edward Jurkiewicz represents individuals and businesses throughout the greater Hartford area and the Litchfield County area.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Table of Contents Income-Based Eligibility Credit Counseling (Pre-Filing Briefing) Exemptions Choosing Whether To File Singly Or Jointly The Automatic Stay In Chapter 7 Credit Cards, Personal Loans And Medical Bills In Chapter 7 Your Mortgage In Chap… Read More

Liquidation (Chapter 7 Bankruptcy)

If your debts have become unmanageable, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can provide you with a "fresh start." In Chapter 7 you receive a "discharge," a permanent injunction which prohibits any attempt to collect a debt from you as a personal liability. So… Read More

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Table of Contents Threshold Decisions Option #1: Dissolution and Winding Down Option #2: Chapter 7 Business Liquidation Option #3: Reorganizing Under a “Conventional” Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Option #4: The Small Business Chapter 11 Case Opt… Read More

Small Business Reorganizations (Chapter 11 Bankruptcy)

A Chapter 11 reorganization can provide powerful relief for a struggling business or for individuals. The “automatic stay” which takes effect upon filing provides breathing room from pursuing creditors and the opportunity to formulate a plan of r… Read More

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Table of Contents Eligibility The Automatic Stay in Chapter 13 Disposable Monthly Income The Chapter 13 Plan Home Mortgages in Chapter 13 Second Mortgages and HELOCs in Chapter 13 “Cram-downs” of Non-Residential Real Property Taxes in Chapter 13… Read More

Wage Earner Reorganizations (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy)

You can save your home from foreclosure and discharge other debt with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as a "wage earner reorganization." Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy creates an "automatic stay" which immediately stops foreclosures and all o… Read More

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