Brende & Meadors LLP
Helping individuals in Sioux Falls with bankruptcy, DUI and other legal issues
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Do You Qualify For Bankruptcy?

Consider bankruptcy when you can't meet your financial obligations. There are many situations in which you may qualify for bankruptcy, including:

  • You've been out of work for an extended period and have no unemployment income or savings.
  • You owe delinquent taxes.
  • You are a homeowner nearing foreclosure.
  • Your debt has led to wage garnishment.
  • You face pending lawsuits for delinquent bills.

At Brende & Meadors LLP, we help individuals in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, determine which kind of bankruptcy is right for their situation.

The most common types of bankruptcy for individuals are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidates all your nonexempt assets to pay off creditors. It is the best option when you have a lot of unsecured debt, like medical bills or credit card payments.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganizes your debt using a repayment plan. You should choose this option if you have income, but want to avoid foreclosure on your home or need time to catch up on outstanding debts.

Contact Brende & Meadors For A Free Consultation

Bankruptcy laws help people who can no longer pay their creditors get a fresh start. Bankruptcy laws also help protect troubled businesses and provide for orderly distributions to business creditors. Our lawyers can help you find a solution.

Everyone's financial situation is different, so please seek the help of our firm to determine if bankruptcy is right for you. Schedule a free consultation with an attorney when dealing with serious, long-term personal debt, repossession and other financial issues. Call 605-679-6233 or send us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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