Credit Levying Bank Account From Past Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Credit Levying Bank Account From Past Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

I FILED A CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY IN 2012 AND GOT A DISCHARGE. DUE TO OTHER FINANCIAL PROBLEMS, IN THE LAST FEW YEARS A CREDITOR IS NOW TRYING TO LEVY MY BANK ACCOUNT. CAN YOU HELP ME?

Under the law, TAIEBLAW can still help you, but you are not eligible to file another chapter 7 until after eight years from the date when you filed the previous chapter 7.

In most cases, Mr. Taieb can get a very minimal payment plan in a chapter 13 for the next three years but as in every case, this depends on your individual circumstances.

The main thing is that this chapter 13 case will immediately create an automatic stay and get this creditor off your back and protect your property.

As in any chapter 13, if there comes a time when due to other financial stresses, you are unable to make trustee payments, then you may be eligible to convert to chapter 7 or file a new chapter 7 depending on many factors.

However, even if you have a previous bankruptcy on your record, do not ever feel that you are strapped. TAIEBLAW has helped over 7,000 over the last 34 years and is familiar with all the technicalities of when and which bankruptcy you are allowed to file.

Even if you just had a chapter 7 discharge and you have a new problem such as foreclosure, repossession, eviction or any other collection activity, Mr. Taieb can help you get the stay in effect to help you protect your property.

If you have any questions concerning this matter or any other matter contact TAIEBLAW at 856-235-4994 and schedule a FREE initial consultation.

Steven N. Taieb, Esq. has been a South Jersey Bankruptcy Attorney for over 34 years and is board certified in consumer bankruptcy law by The American Board of Certification which is accredited by The American Bar Association.

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Author: Taieb Law Bankruptcy News

Steven N. Taieb began practicing bankruptcy law in 1985. As personal relationships are paramount to him, he helps you develop a short-term and long-term strategy for dealing with your financial matters by working with clients and identifying their specific needs in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filings. This detail-oriented planning not only alleviates your debt burden, but also focuses on a stress-free, post-bankruptcy financial future.