Credit Card & Medical Bills

The two most common debts involved in bankruptcy are credit cards, cash checking loans and medical bills. Bankruptcy, whether you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, will discharge you of such debts.

Credit card debt often finds a way to creep up on you typically due to the interest that is charged when current bills are neglected.

Examples of credit bills include:

  1. Credit card bills
  2. Purchasing supplies on credit
  3. Loans
  4. Cash advances

Filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy will wipe out all of the debtor's credit and medical bills. These debts will be forgiven. In a Chapter 13, credit and medical bills are grouped together and you can pay a monthly payment to pay off the bills without interest or penalty, and often at pennies on the dollar.

Call our office to set up an appointment so our lawyers can organize your credit and medical debt, provide you with honest options and give you the best legal advice on how to move on from your financial distress.

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If you have questions regarding bankruptcy law, call us for a free initial consultation. We charge competitive fees, offer flexible payment schedules, flexible appointments, and provide free parking. Our firm is easily located on the corner of 3rd and Elm. To contact the Law Office of Goering & Goering, LLC call 513-621-0912.