Areas of Practice
- Personal Bankruptcy-Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11
- Business Bankruptcy – Chapter 7, Chapter 11
- Farm Bankruptcy-Chapter 12
- Out of Court Workouts
- Commercial Litigation
- Creditor Representation
- Bankruptcy Adversary Prosecution and Defense
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Daniel L. Freeland & Associates, P.C., takes a personal approach with every client. We carefully review your financial situation and craft a debt-relief solution that fits your objectives. We want you to be fully informed of all your debt-relief options, including Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. With Chapter 7, the purpose is to discharge your qualifying debt, at the cost of all but your exempt assets. Under Chapter 13, you negotiate with creditors to establish a workable payment plan, which often reduces the amount you must repay and allows you to retain valuable assets, such as your home. The choice of Chapter 7 versus Chapter 13 depends upon multiple factors, such as:
How much of your debt is dischargeable? How much is non-dischargeable?
How much of your debt is secured?
How important is it to keep your home?
Could you pay off your debt if your monthly payments were lower?
Northwest Indiana bankruptcy attorneys at Daniel L. Freeland & Associates, P.C., can answer all your pressing questions and provide you with a customized debt relief plan that addresses your personal concerns. Call for a free bankruptcy consultation today.