Start over with a clean slate by clearing out possibly all of your debt. This process involves a liquidation of assets in order to fully or partially pay back creditors. Some debts are not exempt and some assets are exempt. Let the bankruptcy lawyer at Kuhlman Law Office guide you through the process.
Don’t let Washington State laws determine your end-of-life care and asset distribution. With effective estate planning and the creation of a comprehensive will, you can take rightful control over your medical care and allocation of assets. Our bankruptcy attorney can help you.
Are you tired of enduring the stress of overwhelming debt? Do you want to put a stop to the endless solicitation from debt collectors? Bankruptcy may be your solution. Before you say “that’s not for me,” consider the advantages of bankruptcy.
By filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can likely:
• Partially or completely eliminate all debts
• Minimize the impact late payments and repossessions has on your credit
• Stop wage garnishments
• Keep from losing exempt property and assets
• Maintain a reasonable level of credit, since all prior debts are legally discharged
To learn more about how bankruptcy can help you get out of your burdensome financial situation, contact our bankruptcy attorney at Kuhlman Law Office in Kirkland, Washington today.
Trust local bankruptcy attorney, Denise S. Kuhlman, to assess your situation and determine the most logical course of action. Based on your debt, your earnings and your goals, she’ll recommend chapter 7 bankruptcy, chapter 13 bankruptcy, or perhaps not filing for bankruptcy at all. Learn your options and discover the best one for your situation by calling Kuhlman Law Office today.
The State of Washington has laws in place to determine how your estate will be handled upon your passing or should you become incapacitated. You can leave your care and your assets up to the State, but wouldn’t you like to make your own plan? Contact Kuhlman Law Office to learn how you can take control of your estate with a comprehensive will or trust.