LAS VEGAS BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY

EXPERIENCED LAS VEGAS BANKRUPTCY LAWYER

Vegas Zero Down Bankruptcy will do more than file your bankruptcy. The experienced bankruptcy legal team will help you to understand the bankruptcy process, and will assist you in successfully eliminating or reducing debt through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Plus, our Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney is the best in Las Vegas.  Additionally, our experience and knowledgeable in Nevada bankruptcy law make us an essential part of your team when declaring bankruptcy in Nevada.

Our Las Vegas Lawyers use bankruptcy as a legal tool that residents of Nevada regularly need when they are faced with debt that they cannot pay. So, if you are considering filing for bankruptcy, the Las Vegas Debt Relief Lawyers at Vegas Zero Down Bankruptcy can help you get a “Fresh Start” through Filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with $0 Down. Therefore, filing bankruptcy with our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyer is just a phone call away, and you can file today with no money down.  Thus, you should call our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Attorney at (702) 842-0700.

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WHAT CAN A NEVADA LAWYER DO FOR ME?

If you’re considering filing bankruptcy, chances are that your budget is tight. Plus, it may seem like a reasonable way to cut your expenses is by representing yourself in your bankruptcy. While we don’t usually recommend it, filing pro se can make sense in some situations. Therefore, if you have a legal background or considerable experience working in bankruptcy, this could improve your chances of success in bankruptcy without an experienced Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney.

Also, if your case is relatively simple, i.e., you live entirely off of social security income and have few assets, you might be able to get by without attorney representation.   Additionally, may also wish to hire a document preparer, who will draft your petition, but all other legal responsibilities will be your own. Otherwise, you will have a better chance of discharging your debts when represented by an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

Consult with the expert bankruptcy legal team if you are faced with:

Harassing phone calls from creditors

Loss of a job or wages

Making monthly bill payments

Crushing credit card debt

A wage garnishment

A reposession

A foreclosure

Medical debt

Clients who call upon our services have overwhelming debt caused by life circumstances. We understand that Nevada residents are faced with difficult financial situations that result in debt. We are here to help you get out of debt, and our team will be with you throughout the bankruptcy process.

CONTACT OUR LAS VEGAS DEBT RELIEF TEAM FOR BANKRUPTCY ASSISTANCE

Still curious about how an attorney can benefit you in your Nevada bankruptcy? Our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Attorney and staff are skilled professionals waiting to offer free consultations for Nevada residents in need of bankruptcy. Improve your knowledge about Nevada bankruptcy law and receive an affordable quote for representation- we have post-filing payment plans starting as low as $0 down. Stop a repossession and get your finances back on track. Therefore, you can call or use our online form to get started with your free consultation today. 

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Read why Nevada Zero Down Bankruptcy clients choose our law firm and legal team to provide legal representation for their cases.

BENEFITS OF HIRING A BANKRUPTCY LAWYER IN LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

  • Your creditors must stop contacting you: Once you sign your retainer agreement with your bankruptcy attorney, you can inform your creditors. Thus, your creditors may no longer contact you at this point. Plus, all inquiries regarding your debts must go to your Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney.
  • Assurance you are filing under the correct chapter: Unless your income is paid through a regular salary, it can be difficult to calculate your income for the purposes of bankruptcy. Therefore, you may need to calculate your Means Test in a Chapter 7, and you will definitely need to in a Chapter 13. Plus, there are other factors that can affect your bankruptcy eligibility, like the value of your property, any prior bankruptcy filings, and more. Please know, your Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney is trained to foresee these types of obstacles so that you don’t risk any delays in your case.
  • Prompt resolution of all issues in your case: Do you know what to do if your case is dismissed? The protections of the Automatic Stay end when this happens. Thus, should any issues arise in your case, your Vegas BK attorney will handle them quickly, before your creditors can take action.
  • Post-filing payment plans for qualified clients: Even if you file bankruptcy without an attorney, you will need to pay a filing fee of more than $300. Thus, our Nevada Bankruptcy Law Firm offers payment plans that allow for you to pay your attorney’s fees, as well as your filing fee, in affordable monthly payments after your case has been filed. Whereas, others bankruptcy firms boast payment plans, but actually require payment in full before your case is filed.  ‘Tis not the case with our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyers.  We have you pay for your bankruptcy after garnishments and other collections stop.  We believe our this can be much more realistic.

FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING FILING BANKRUPTCY IN LAS VEGAS

Our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Attorney and staff take a closer look at some of the most asked questions by people filing for bankruptcy protection in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada. The most popular chapter of bankruptcy to file in Las Vegas is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Additionally, people file for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Emergency Bankruptcy, Medical Bankruptcy, and Bankruptcy due to Credit Cards. If you are considering declaring BK, contact our Las Vegas Debt Relief Law Firm for a free consultation.

ANSWER:

Bankruptcy protections start as soon as you retain an experienced Las Vegas Bankruptcy attorney. Although, retaining procedures vary by office, but you can refer your creditors to your Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney as soon as you have hired them. Plus, your creditors aren’t allowed to call you after you have informed them that you have a bankruptcy attorney.
Once you file your petition, you will be protected by The Automatic Stay. Thus, the Automatic Stay is active until your case is discharged or dismissed. Also, when you are protected by the automatic stay, your creditors can’t garnish your wages, foreclose your home, or repossess your vehicle.

ANSWER:

Many Las Vegas bankruptcy attorneys require you to pay the court filing fee and their entire legal representation fee before your case is filed. However, our Las Vegas bankruptcy office offers $0 down payment plans for qualifying individuals filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy. 
Our Las Vegas Zero Down Bankruptcy repayment plans can extend as long as 12 months post-bankruptcy. Thus, you can choose monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly payments, and you choose the payment plan start date (within 30 days after your bankruptcy is filed). Plus, your payments will be credit reported, helping you rebuild your credit score faster.

ANSWER:

Yes, filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy will almost certainly have a negative effect on your credit initially.  However, if you are considering declaring bankruptcy you are probably already have a fairly low credit score or under significant financial stress. In the long term, bankruptcy will get you a “fresh start” and allow you to rebuild your credit from a solid starting place.
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ANSWER:

You don’t get to pick and choose which creditors will be included in your bankruptcy. All of your creditors must be included. However, if there is a specific credit card you’d like to keep, they may let you continue using their service if you choose to pay off your balance after your bankruptcy is discharged.  Thus, it is best to contact your Las Vegas Bankruptcy Attorney for additional information.

ANSWER:

Yes you can still file for bankruptcy even if a creditor is already suing you.  
Filing for bankruptcy in Las Vegas stops almost all collection and creditor actions right away.  Thus, once you file bankruptcy, an Automatic Stay goes into place. 
Additionally, you can file for bankruptcy before a lawsuit is filed against you, while the lawsuit is pending, or even after a lawsuit has been resolved.
** Please note, It is important to discuss what impact a judgment may have on you with an experienced Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney.  Contact our Vegas Debt Relief Team right away.  Call (702) 842-0700.   Get yourself on the road to a Fresh Start.

ANSWER:

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a powerful method of erasing debt. Therefore, debt that is typically eliminated include unsecured debt such as: credit card bills, medical debt, payday loans, car repossessions, collections, home foreclosures, and more.
Additionally, there are also some debts that may not be discharged in a bankruptcy,
Debts that can’t be discharged in bankruptcy in Las Vegas include: child support debt, student loans, spousal support or alimony, some tax debts, or debt accrued by fraud.  Contact our Las Vegas Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney today.

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When you consult with Nevada Zero Down Bankruptcy Law Firm, your case becomes a priority. An attorney will explore all legal options available for you to eliminate debt. Our legal team will help you to understand the bankruptcy process, and explain your rights as a debtor. Through effective communication and dedication to clients, Nevada Zero Down Bankruptcy provides clients with expert legal representation. We listen to your concerns about your debt, and offer legal services that will produce the best possible outcome for your financial needs.

THE ROLE OF A BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY IN LAS VEGAS

  • Legal advisor An attorney’s most important role is to provide you with legal advice best suited to fulfill your wishes. This will help you make the most well-informed decisions during your bankruptcy filing. Because of this implied responsibility, most attorneys will not “advise” you until you have filed.. 
  • Financial consultant You need to know how bankruptcy will affect financial issues like your tax refunds, wage garnishments, retirement accounts, and more. Bankruptcy is a financial issue as well as a legal issue, so your attorney will, in a way, be working as your financial consultant. 
  • Your advocate Your bankruptcy attorney represents you and you alone. It isn’t your attorney’s job to look out for the interests of your creditors or trustee. Your attorney will take all necessary steps to ensure your assets are protected and your case remains in good standing until discharge. 

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