A common reason people consider filing for bankruptcy protection is because medical bills have created a significant financial burden. An unexpected illness or injury can result in thousands or tens of thousands of dollars in medical debt. As a result, mortgage payments, food, and other monthly bills become exponentially difficult to afford.
I am Marcus A. Rosin, an experienced Cumming bankruptcy attorney who understands the financial troubles you are facing. I am ready to help. Since 1999, I have assisted Georgia residents overcome their financial difficulties, especially during times when they should be focused on recovery. At my firm, Marcus A. Rosin, P.C., I guide people through the bankruptcy process with a focus on eliminating medical and other eligible debt. I strive to give each client I serve a fresh start and push them in a direction toward a positive financial future.
Do not let medical bills lead to further financial frustration or impact your ability to afford your home or car. Contact my medical debt elimination law office online today, or call (678) 909-1300, to schedule your free initial consultation. I will take the time to understand your situation and help you make decisions best suited to achieving your goals.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is ideal for individuals looking to discharge their medical debt. At the end of your Chapter 7 liquidation process, all medical debt should be eliminated, leaving you to focus on your recovery, not mounting medical bills. In order to qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, however, you or your family must be eligible under the bankruptcy means test. The means test is designed to reserve Chapter 7 to households with low monthly and low disposable income.
I will walk you through the complicated means test and advise you of your eligibility. If your income disqualifies you from filing a Chapter 7 petition, we might have many other options available. You might be eligible to establish a three- to five-year repayment plan under Chapter 13. Once your repayment plan is complete, all eligible debt, including medical bills, will still be eligible for discharge.
Do not allow medical debt to be a burden on you and your family. Speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney today to learn about the many options you have for a better financial outlook.
Contact my medical debt elimination law office online today to schedule your free consultation. You may also call my Georgia law office at (678) 909-1300, to learn about my services and how bankruptcy can provide the financial relief you need.
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