Chapter 13

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyers in the Greater Los Angeles Area

Your Advocates in Securing a Brighter Financial Future 

Are you struggling with overwhelming debt and searching for a solution that allows you to regain control of your finances? Look no further than Papian & Adamian, the experienced Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorneys serving the Greater Los Angeles Area. We specialize in helping individuals and families navigate the complexities of Chapter 13 bankruptcy, providing the guidance and support they need to achieve a fresh start.

Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also called “wage earner's bankruptcy,” is a legal process designed to help individuals with a regular income restructure their debts and create a feasible repayment plan. Unlike Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which involves the liquidation of assets to discharge debts, Chapter 13 allows you to keep your property while repaying a portion of your debts over a specific period, typically three to five years.

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The Benefits of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy brings powerful benefits to individuals burdened with overwhelming debt, allowing them to consolidate payments, protect assets, and gain relief from foreclosure or repossession. It offers a structured repayment plan tailored to a person’s income, providing an opportunity to regain control of their finances and move towards a more secure financial future.

The key advantages of Chapter 13 bankruptcy include: 

  • Debt consolidation: Chapter 13 bankruptcy simplifies your debt management by consolidating your debts into a single, manageable payment. Instead of juggling multiple creditors and fluctuating interest rates, you make a monthly payment to a court-appointed trustee who distributes the funds to your creditors, providing you with a structured repayment plan that brings financial stability.
  • Asset protection: One of the significant advantages of wage earner’s bankruptcy is that it allows you to retain your assets, including your home and car, as long as you continue making timely payments according to the repayment plan.
  • Foreclosure and repossession prevention: If you're facing the threat of foreclosure or repossession, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can provide an automatic stay, temporarily halting the proceedings. This stay gives you an opportunity to catch up on missed payments and negotiate a plan to repay your arrears over time.
  • Extended repayment period: Chapter 13 bankruptcy gives you an extended period to catch up on overdue payments, providing the breathing room necessary to regain financial stability.
  • Co-debtor protection: If you have co-signed loans with a family member or friend, this type of bankruptcy can protect them from being pursued by creditors while the repayment plan is in effect.

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Who Is Eligible for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to individuals with a regular income who are seeking financial relief. To qualify, you must have a stable source of income and the ability to make monthly payments as part of a repayment plan. There are debt limitations, with unsecured debts generally needing to be below a certain threshold. Additionally, previous bankruptcy discharges and adherence to good faith efforts are taken into account. Eligibility requirements can vary based on jurisdiction and individual circumstances, making it crucial to consult with an experienced bankruptcy firm. 

At Papian & Adamian, our Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyers in the Greater Los Angeles Area can provide the guidance needed to assess eligibility, navigate the bankruptcy process, and pave the way to financial recovery.

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Rebuilding Your Credit After Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Once you have successfully completed your Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan, you may be wondering how to start rebuilding your credit. At Papian and Adamian, we understand that rebuilding your credit is an important step towards securing a brighter financial future. Here are some tips to help you get started:

  1. Create a budget: Developing a budget will help you manage your finances and ensure that you can make timely payments towards your debts.
  2. Pay your bills on time: Consistently paying your bills on time is crucial for rebuilding your credit. Set up automatic payments or reminders to help you stay on track.
  3. Apply for a secured credit card: A secured credit card requires a cash deposit that serves as collateral. Using a secured credit card responsibly and making timely payments can help rebuild your credit.
  4. Monitor your credit: Regularly checking your credit reports for errors or inaccuracies is important. Dispute any errors you find to ensure your credit report is accurate.
  5. Seek professional guidance: Our experienced bankruptcy lawyers can provide guidance on rebuilding your credit and help you navigate any challenges that may arise.

Remember, rebuilding your credit takes time and patience. By following these steps and making responsible financial choices, you can gradually improve your credit score and work towards a brighter financial future.

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