Virtual Lawyer for Remote Bankruptcy Services in the Van Buren, AR Area
At Hopkins & Holmes, PLLC it’s our goal to make the bankruptcy process as simple and convenient as possible for you. We understand how stressful and frustrating this situation can be, so we don’t want you to worry about finding time to come into our office. That’s why we offer completely remote bankruptcy services. Our virtual lawyers can handle the entire bankruptcy filing process online without you having to leave your home.
Get Relief from Debt Without Leaving the House
When your debt gets overwhelming, bankruptcy can provide you with a fresh start and allow you to keep assets that you would otherwise have to forfeit. There are several different types of bankruptcy, and bankruptcy isn’t the right choice for everyone, so it’s important to consult with an attorney before making any decisions. Our remote legal services make this easier than ever, and once we determine if bankruptcy is right for you, we can complete your filing without requiring you to show up anywhere in most cases.
- Chapter 7: Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves liquidating your assets to pay creditors. Your unsecured debt (tax debt, medical bills, child support, etc.) will be paid first, then your secured debt (mortgages, car loans, etc.). Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases typically last 4-6 months.
- Chapter 13: Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as the “wage earner’s plan”, is a good option for those that would like to protect valuable property when filing for bankruptcy. Chapter 13 involves a 3–5-year repayment plan that you must propose to the court and your creditors. Your plan must be approved by both or changes will have to be made.
Request a Free Initial Consultation with a Remote Lawyer Today
Want to schedule your free initial consultation with our virtual lawyer? Get in touch with us now by calling (479) 922-2175 or filling out our contact form.
Hopkins & Holmes offers legal counsel for clients in Van Buren, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, Bentonville, Bella Vista, Fort Smith, and Sebastian County.