Bankruptcy Means Test
Making the Means Test Work for You
In order to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most people must qualify under the bankruptcy means test. The bankruptcy means test looks at a person's average income from the six months before filing. There are many ways to pass the bankruptcy means test. That is why the attorney you choose can make a huge difference on whether you are eligible to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or not.
At Greenwald and Hammond, P.C., we can make the bankruptcy means test work for you. Our Colorado Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys are extremely skilled at this and are constantly up to date on recent case law as well as all the nuances of the bankruptcy means test. Do not leave this to just any attorney. We are a Denver bankruptcy law firm that is passionate about the financial well-being of our clients and are very familiar with Chapter 7 and the bankruptcy means test. Contact us today for your free initial consultation. Let us be there to help you and your family get through this difficult and emotional time.
Qualifying for the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means Test
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you get the peace of mind that you deserve. Not only can you discharge debt, but you can also stop creditor harassment and delay repossession. We have filed many Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases over the years, and we have helped hundreds of clients discharge debt. We help our clients make the bankruptcy means test work for them. Many of our clients have been told elsewhere that they can't qualify for Chapter 7 and their only option is Chapter 13. We can re-examine your situation and help you qualify for Chapter 7 when others could not.
If you own a business or have substantial debt as a result of a failed business, you may not even have to take the means test. This depends on the amount of business debt you may have. Many attorneys do not know this fact; we do, and we have extensive knowledge when it comes to bankruptcy involving businesses.
Contact Us for Highly Skilled Denver Bankruptcy Attorneys
When you leave your free initial consultation, you will have the information you need to make an informed decision about whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the right choice for you. It all begins with a call. Contact our Denver bankruptcy law office today to talk to an experienced Aurora Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer. Call 303.832.2550.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the Bankruptcy Code.