Orlando Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Lawyer

The trustee has different roles, depending if it’s a chapter 7 or chapter 13. A chapter 7 trustee is in charge of administering your bankruptcy estate. That means looking for assets that they could take from you and sell to help pay off your creditors. It doesn’t happen in every case. Some cases are no asset cases and the chapter 7 trustee doesn’t have much to do. A chapter 13 trustee’s job is to distribute the payment that you’re making to the chapter 13 trustee to your creditors according to a chapter 13 payment plan that’s filed at the very beginning of your case.

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Why Choose Us?

At my Orlando Bankruptcy Law Firm of K. Hunter Goff, P.A I limit my practice to helping people file bankruptcy and receive protection from creditors under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code.

Over the years, bankruptcy has evolved into a specialized area of law.  I take pride in knowing how the Orlando Bankruptcy Judges, Trustees, and Creditors’ Attorneys interpret the Code.  I use this knowledge to ensure that my clients know what to expect when they file for bankruptcy. I take a non judgmental approach to the decision my clients make to file for bankruptcy.

I understand that you probably have tried every other possible financial alternative before deciding to contact an Orlando bankruptcy lawyer.  Please allow me, an experienced Orlando bankruptcy attorney, to show you how I can help you by calling 407-898-8225, or toll-free at 1-866-442-3328, for your free case evaluation.

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