Creditor harassment. Wage garnishments. Mortgage foreclosure notice. Outstanding business liabilities. The counsel of an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy law attorney can help address these concerns and develop a bankruptcy strategy that is appropriate based on your individual or business needs.
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At our Weston law offices, attorney Jonathan Kline represents individuals and businesses throughout South Florida through bankruptcy proceedings. Familiar with Florida real estate law and bankruptcy law, our firm is capable of helping clients navigate the entire process with ease.
Jonathan Kline, P.A. represents individuals with Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 consumer bankruptcy proceedings.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy: Chapter 7 bankruptcy (also known as bankruptcy liquidation) allows individuals to discharge eligible debt, such as credit card debt, through bankruptcy proceedings. Certain assets are sold by your bankruptcy trustee in order to disburse payment to creditors, and remaining eligible debt is discharged with no further liability. However, under new bankruptcy laws, not everyone is eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 allows debtors to get a fresh start.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy: Chapter 13 bankruptcy (also known as debt consolidation) allows individuals the opportunity to consolidate all debt into a 3-5 year repayment plan. One manageable monthly payment is made to your bankruptcy trustee and the trustee will distribute payment to your creditors. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an appealing bankruptcy option for debtors with assets or a home they wish to keep. Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows debtors to get back in control of their finances.
Our law firm represents small business entities and corporations through bankruptcy proceedings. Chapter 11 bankruptcy enables a business to reorganize or restructure and emerge from bankruptcy proceedings a successful business. At the law offices of Jonathan Kline, P.A., we recognize that your choices as a business professional affect the future of your business. We help you navigate bankruptcy proceedings while always keeping your business interests and your clients in mind.
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Whether you are enduring endless creditor calls or are considering the future success of your business, an experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you understand your options and guide you through the process. Serving individuals and businesses throughout South Florida, we are open during weekly business hours. Contact us today for more information about our business and consumer bankruptcy services.