Indianapolis Bankruptcy Attorney | Kokomo Bankruptcy Attorney
Assisting Individuals Throughout Central and Northern Indiana Obtain Debt Relief
When you are faced with financial challenges, you cannot delay or ignore the situation. Failing to take action could lead to additional and costly expenses that could have been avoided with an early consultation. Effective use of bankrutpcy law can help you preserve your property and give you immediate relief while letting you get a fresh start towards to the future. Visit my Indianapolis bankruptcy office or my Kokomo bankruptcy office for a free bankruptcy consultation. By the end of the free consultation, you will know your bankruptcy options (Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy) and the cost of those options. Our offices file bankruptcies for individuals in both the United States Bankrupcy Court, Northern District of Indiana and the United States Bankrupcy Court, Southern District of Indiana.
How Bankruptcy Can Help You
It is important to know that I can help you. I have helped thousands of Indiana residents deal with financial issues by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy and move forward with their lives debt free. That is what I do. Let me help you use your legal rights so that you can start with a clean slate and put your financial problems behind you.
The effects of a bankruptcy discharge are dramatic. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debtors are relieved of the obligation of paying most types of debts. Creditors can no longer harass you, bring lawsuits or contact you in any way in an attempt to collect discharged debts. The time from filing to discharge in most Chapter 7 cases is approximately three months. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is unquestionably the fastest, most decisive method of relieving people of the weight of debt.
For some people, and in certain circumstances, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Indianapolis may be the best, or only, option. A Chapter 13 repayment plan will last between three to five years. During this time, you are under the complete protection of the Bankruptcy Court. Creditors cannot take any action against you, or your property, without first obtaining permission from a bankruptcy judge. While it takes much longer than a Chapter 7, the end result of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the same – a discharge on most types of debts.
Find Peace of Mind
If you are like most people, you have enough pressure. Financial problems can cripple your credit and impact every aspect of your life. If you don’t have a clue about how to file for bankruptcy, or even don’t know what bankruptcy is, do not worry. As your bankruptcy lawyers, we will take of your situations. You do not have to spend the rest of your life struggling financially and fending off creditors.
Bankruptcy can provide you with relief from your suffocating financial obligations.
The purpose of bankruptcy law is to assist people who are unable to pay their debts. Despite what many people believe, there is no shame or social stigma in filing for bankruptcy, nor is it just for “irresponsible” people. In fact, my clients come from all walks of life, throughout Indiana. They are professionals, business owners, teachers, police officers, people just like yourself – hardworking people who just need a break so that they can support their families and live their life in peace. If you are in debt and cannot comfortably meet your obligations, it is important that you speak with an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. Whether bankruptcy is appropriate for you, and, if so, which chapter of bankruptcy to file, can only be determined after a thorough analysis of your financial situation. At the Law Office of Steven P. Taylor, P.C., I will meet with you personally and advise you on the best course of action.
Contact The Law Office of Steven P. Taylor, P.C.
If you are struggling with debt, call my Indianapolis bankruptcy office at (317) 271-1111 or my Kokomo bankrupcy office at (765) 868-0807 to schedule a FREE Consultation, or email me with your questions. I will personally speak with every person who calls, and I will answer whatever questions and concerns you have. If bankruptcy may be an option for you, I will meet with you, discuss your circumstances in detail, and help you understand the bankruptcy process in Indiana. At the initial consultation, we will review all relevant information, including your debts, assets and income. There is never a charge for the initial consultation.
Please make use of the .pdf documents listed below prior to coming to your first appointment with my office. The information in the .pdfs will help paint a clear picture of your financial situation and allow me to work towards the most favorable solution for your specific situation.
Download Information Worksheet and Disclosure Forms
Download Initial Required Document to File Checklist
This web site provides general information about a wide variety of bankruptcy and consumer law issues throughout Indiana. Although obtaining general information about bankruptcy and your potential options is an important first step, there is no substitute for talking directly with an experienced bankruptcy attorney about the particular facts and circumstances of your case.
My practice serves individuals throughout Indiana, including Bartholomew, Boone, Brown, Carroll, Cass, Clinton., Delaware, Grant, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Madison, Marion , Miami, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Shelby, and Tipton county as well as the municipalities of Columbus, Lebanon, Zionsville, Nashville, Galveston, Frankfort, Muncie, Gas City, Marion, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Noblesville, Sheridan, Westfield, Fortville, Greenfield, McCordsville, New Palestine, Avon, Brownsburg, Danville, Plainfield, Greensboro, New Castle, Spiceland , Greentown, Hemlock, Kokomo, Russiaville, Franklin, Greenwood, Nineveh, Trafalgar, Whiteland, Alexandria, Anderson, Elwood, Beech Grove, Camby, Castleton, Indianapolis, Lawrence, Speedway, Amboy, Bunker Hill, Converse, Miami, Peru, Bloomington, Crawfordsville Martinsville, Mooresville and Paragon.