Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Attorney Donald Wyatt PC serves clients in The Woodlands/Conroe area and throughout the Houston, Texas, region and help them take control over their debt. We take the time to review your individual debt situation, assess your needs, and create a solution focused on your rights and interests.  Don’t let bill collectors, foreclosure attorneys, and repo operators control your life.  Consult our Board Certified Specialist to get your life back now.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is known as “liquidation” but in the vast majority of cases it is actually debt elimination.  It allows you to obtain a discharge of (virtually*) all of your unsecured debts, including credit card bills and medical expenses. Chapter 7 bankruptcy will also:

  • Stop creditor harassment
  • Stop foreclosure
  • Stop any legal action or judgments
  • Eliminate debt before divorce

* The Bankruptcy Code excludes some types of debt from discharge.  These include recent tax obligations, claims arising from fraud, deceit, theft, embezzlement, malice as well as most student loans, divorce and support obligations and other specified claims.  Consult a Board Certified Specialist at Attorney Donald Wyatt PC for more information.

It is necessary to take a means test to determine if you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you do not qualify, you can still file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or reorganization bankruptcy.

Click here to learn about the Fees & Costs for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Click here for the Chapter 7 Initial Meeting Checklist

Click here for the Duties and Responsibilities of a Debtor under Chapter 7

When considering bankruptcy, you should work with an experienced lawyer who can review your case. We offer affordable rates and work efficiently and effectively to deliver optimal results.

Contact Us Now for an Initial Consultation

Call 281-419-8733 or complete the contact form linked here to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.