Doran & Doran, PC  Law Offices Concentrating in Bankruptcy Law                    We are here when your financial world falls apart....

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Consumer Bankruptcy    Business & Individuals    Representing Creditors

Consumer Bankruptcy
A Fresh Start

CHAPTER 7

Chapter 7 is the basic form of bankruptcy. It can help you by stopping the phone calls, stopping the bills, and stopping collection actions by creditors.

The goal of Chapter 7 is to relieve you of the debts which Bankruptcy Code legally entitles you to discharge.

Bankruptcy law is complicated. Your ability to discharge your debts and the amount of property which you can keep after you file bankruptcy will depend on the unique facts of your case.


CHAPTER 13

Chapter 13 allows you to repay some or all of your debts in a 3 to 5 year payment plan.

Chapter 13 is often used to stop a foreclosure or real estate tax sale; to help save your property while giving you time to get caught up on the past due payments.

Chapter 13 may also be available for people with higher incomes who are not eligible for Chapter 7, or for people who have more property than they would be allowed to keep in a Chapter 7 case.

Bankruptcy law is complicated. The amount you would need to pay to creditors in a Chapter 13 case and your ability to discharge debts will depend on the unique facts of your case.

CALL TO SPEAK TO ONE OF OUR ATTORNEYS; WE OFFER A FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR CHAPTER 7 &13 CONSUMER CASES WITHIN THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

Business & Individuals
Restructuring

Business: Chapter 11, 12, 13, & 7

Bankruptcy law may provide a solution for the financial problems faced by your business or farm, whether it is a corporation, LLC, or sole proprietorship.

We have experience representing corporations and individuals in Chapter 11 reorganization and liquidation cases; reorganization sole proprietorships in Chapter 13; and representing all types of debtors in Chapter 7 liquidations.
Bankruptcy law may provide a solution for the financial problems faced by your business or farm, whether it is a corporation, LLC, or sole proprietorship.

We have experience representing corporations and individuals in Chapter 11 reorganization and liquidation cases; reorganization sole proprietorships in Chapter 13;
and representing all types of debtors in Chapter 7 liquidations.

If your business is facing lawsuits, actions by a major lender, overdue notices, foreclosure, or other financial distress, call to meet with one of our attorney to find out more information.

Representing Creditors
Creditor rights

Creditors

"My former spouse filed a bankruptcy case...
"My business partner filed a bankruptcy case...
"Our biggest customer filed a bankruptcy case...
"The person I sued in court files a bankruptcy case...

What do I do now?

 You might find yourself involved in a bankruptcy case filed by someone else. How will that affect you and what are your rights?

We provide representation to creditors in cases filed in the Middle District of Pennsylvania in variety of matters including:
  • Assisting in filing proofs of claim
  • Objecting to discharge or discharge ability of debts
  • Filing motions for relief from the automatic stay
  • Defending actions filed by Debtors and Trustees
  • Providing local counsel services
Bankruptcy Alternatives
For some people, negotiating settlements with secured or unsecured creditors may be a better choice than bankruptcy filing. Call to discuss bankruptcy alternatives with one of our attorneys.
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