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Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a difficult choice. You’re probably receiving a barrage of phone calls and letters from collection agencies. Your wages may have already been garnished and your home may be in foreclosure. We can help you figure out your best options. Sometimes, in the middle of a storm, the best thing you can do is phone someone you trust for help.

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Robert Stiberman is a top rated Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney serving in Florida. His law firm, Stiberman Law, is comprised of a team of experienced Chapter 7 lawyers with a proven track record of working in the law industry.

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We’d like to provide you with real advice based on our experience handling bankruptcy filings. Our Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy attorneys know that there are many reasons you may be at this point in your life. Medical expenses, a failed business or other things beyond your control can leave you financially strapped. We’re here to help you turn the page and begin building a better financial future for you and your family.

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Robert A. Stiberman. Attorney with over 20 years of experience in bankruptcy law.

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If you’re considering Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you need to speak with a attorney at Stiberman Law. The consultation is completely free.

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Benefits of Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 of Title 11 of the United States Code governs the liquidation process under the bankruptcy laws of the United States. That is, CH 7 eliminates the debts you owe. It is not a tool to be used if you simply want to restructure and continue paying your debts.

This chapter of the Bankruptcy Law requires you to liquidate your assets. You will most likely lose your home, among other assets if you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. But, you will be able to completely restart, without having to worry about paying past debts.

Some property in Florida is exempted from liquidation during a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Depending on the value of your home and the debts you owe, you may be able to retain your home. This is why it’s crucial to speak with a Chapter 7 bankruptcy expert. We can walk you through how this type of bankruptcy may be beneficial, as well as provide you with other options based on your specific circumstances.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Temporarily Stops the Foreclosure of Your Home

Many people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy if they’re struggling to cover a house payment. Once you file for this type of bankruptcy, foreclosure proceedings are paused.

You are given a reasonable period of time to find somewhere else to live. And, once your bankruptcy is finalized, you will not need to worry about paying a mortgage you can’t afford.

How long will I have to find a new place to live?

Once we file your Chapter 7 bankruptcy, all debt collection efforts will be legally halted. If you owe money on your home, the mortgage company will be notified that you have initiated bankruptcy proceedings.

The lender will request permission from the bankruptcy judge to resume their collection efforts. During this process, any foreclosure on your home is paused. Eventually, the judge will give permission to the mortgage company to restart their collection efforts.

Any pending foreclosure will be closed and a new foreclosure will begin. This process can give you up to a few months of time to find a new place to live. It’s important to use this time responsibly – eventually, you will be required to leave your home. But this process can give you breathing room to get a roof over your head before you are forced to leave.

Cost to File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The federal court requires you to pay a filing fee. For a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, the fee is $335. This is separate from any attorney’s fees associated with your filing.

Stiberman Law works hard to keep our costs as low as possible. We understand that this is a financially trying time in your life. In many cases we are able to offer payment plans to help make getting legal help with your Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing more affordable.

One other requirement that the court imposes is the completion of a debt counseling session. We can complete your debt counseling – saving you an additional expense – as part of the process of initiating your case with our firm.

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We will provide you with answers to your questions. Our answers are based on the specifics of your situation, and the extensive experience we have handling a variety of bankruptcy cases.

You’ll also receive an explanation of the attorney’s fees we charge when handling a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. We do not want to add to your financial burden. We will do everything within our power to find a solution that allows you to begin rebuilding your financial future.

Meet Robert Stiberman

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Choosing a law firm to represent you is an important decision. I was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1998 after graduating from the University Of Miami School Of Law in 1996. I began my legal career as a volunteer attorney in the Miami Dade Public Defenders Office. I also worked as an associate for a firm in South Florida that handles real estate related matters. In 2007 I opened my own law practice and in 2009 I began to represent clients in Bankruptcy matters. I am admitted to the United States District Court for the Middle and Southern District of Florida. I invite you to compare my qualifications and experience to those of other attorneys you might be considering.

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