In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, a debtor is allowed to claim as exempt certain property free from the claims of their creditors. Any property the debtor is unable to protect is then sold ("liquidated") by the Chapter 7 trustee to repay a portion of the debtor's obligations. [read more]
Restoring Peace of Mind.
When fighting to protect our Country’s freedom, it can be tough to focus on your finances. Certain lenders prey on members of the armed forces with high interest car loans, furniture loans, and credit cards. After returning from deployment, service members can frequently find themselves behind on many bills.
Service Member Debt Relief focuses on helping our hard-working military personnel regain control of their finances. Service Member Debt Relief offers no money down bankruptcy options for current and former members of the armed forces and their family members.