Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer
Economic woes have affected numerous people. If you have found yourself falling behind on bills and mortgage payments and are being harassed by creditors of the IRS, it may be time to consider the protections offered through bankruptcy.
Florida bankruptcy attorney Glen Frost is the founder of the Frost & Associates law firm. Mr. Frost and his team of Miami debt relief professionals can help you or your business get the fresh financial start that you deserve.
Dedicated Help for Individuals and Businesses Experiencing Financial Trouble
If you are experiencing financial trouble, we will work to help you find the most favorable solution available. There are a number of different bankruptcy options available to both individuals and businesses, including:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy: This is also referred to as liquidation bankruptcy. In order to qualify for this form of debt relief, your debt and assets must meet the requirements set forth in what is known as the means test. There are a number of property exemptions available in Chapter 7, which can allow you to hold onto valuable assets while allowing for the discharge of medical and credit card debt.
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy: This is referred to as reorganization bankruptcy. Under this plan, an affordable debt repayment plan will go into effect for a period of three to five years, after which any outstanding debt is discharged. This plan allows you to use court-determined disposable income to help pay down your debts.
- Chapter 11 bankruptcy: This plan is primarily used for financially struggling businesses. However, certain individuals with large debts and assets that do not meet the strict limitations of Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 may qualify for this protection as well. If you are a business owner, Chapter 11 can help ensure the smooth operation of your company while you seek debt relief. This can be particularly helpful in real estate cases when you need to catch up on past-due payments, need time to sell property or need time to deal with delinquent taxes.
As an experienced tax lawyer and certified public accountant, attorney Frost is particularly adept at outlining the connection between bankruptcy and tax liability. You may have heard that tax debt cannot be discharged through bankruptcy. However, this is not always the case. While payroll taxes are not eligible for discharge, income taxes may be discharged in certain circumstances. We will thoroughly review your case and inform you of all of your options.
Contact Our Miami Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Attorneys
To learn more about how you may benefit from a Chapter 11, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing, speak with us. Contact our Florida bankruptcy lawyers online or call 305-414-0494 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.