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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer Serving the Hudson Valley and Long Island

What is Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 is a useful tool to stop foreclosure and offer individuals with regular income the advantages that bankruptcy has to offer – without the risk of losing assets. Unlike a chapter 7 liquidation (where certain assets may be liquidated to pay off debts), chapter 13 involves a repayment plan wherein the debtor pays off part or all of his or her debt over a 3 to 5 year period. When the repayment plan is completed, remaining eligible debt will be discharged and the debtor obtains a fresh start.

How to file bankruptcy?

Are you facing foreclosure or overwhelming debt? The Law Office of Ingber & Provost helps clients throughout the New York Metro Area, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley. After a free consultation with one of our attorneys, you will have answers to all of your bankruptcy questions, such as: How much does bankruptcy cost? What does bankruptcy mean? What is Chapter 13 bankruptcy? How to File Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

NY Foreclosure Lawyers

Our firm understands bankruptcy and foreclosure defense. Best of all, unlike the bigger law firms, we pride ourselves on providing prompt, attentive, courteous and affordable service to our clients. Call today to learn more about how bankruptcy works, and how it can save your home and other assets from creditor repossession.

Contact a New York Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney at our law firm today to talk about your options.

We are a debt relief agency.

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