The Process of Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
In order to pass the means test for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Maryland, your
average income for the past six months must be less than the median income
for people throughout the state. However, you may also file for Chapter
7 bankruptcy with an average that is higher than the median if you are
able to demonstrate extenuating circumstances. If you are exploring your
bankruptcy options in the Harford County area, our lawyers in Bel Air
may help you assess your Chapter 7 eligibility.
We assist individuals with Chapter 7 by helping them prepare for the means
test and guiding them through every step of the process. We know how important
it is to follow each step of the bankruptcy procedure correctly—failing
to enroll in approved counseling programs can delay the process and even
incur added costs for refiling. Should you choose to work with us, you
can trust we will help you make effective decisions to ensure your financial security.
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Find out how our bankruptcy attorneys could help you turn your life around.
We handle Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases for as low as $500. We are committed
to making a difference in each case we handle. Hire us to put our experience
to work for you.