The Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyers in the office of Stephen Levesque practice primarily in consumer bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy (reorganization). Stephen has created this site to provide information about filing bankruptcy in Rhode Island and Massachusetts and what working with a bankruptcy lawyer can mean for you. An attorney may be able to help you get out of debt and lead the life you want to live. Speaking to a Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyer could mean a whole new start for you and your family. Through the RI Bankruptcy Center, you may be able to: Save your home; End creditor harassment, and, Eliminate your debt.
In times when consumer debt is at an all-time high, people from all walks of life can be confronted by overwhelming debt; job loss, the death of a family member or severe illness can all be contributing factors. Speaking with a lawyer at the RI Bankruptcy Center, and consequently filing for bankruptcy, can bring creditor harassment to an immediate halt. There are two common types of bankruptcy that can benefit individual debtors: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. The bankruptcy lawyers in my office specialize in helping people just like you overcome their debt and work toward financial freedom.
WHAT IS BANKRUPTCY?
As a Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyer, I believe that bankruptcy is a financial planning tool for people who are suffering from all kinds of debt. Bankruptcy is the only mean with which you can cancel debt including: IRS taxes, car taxes, credit cards, payday loans, bounced checks, medical bills, electric and gas bills, and, other types of debt. It truly can give you a ‘fresh start’ to your financial future.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY?
People of all ages and from all walks of life can take advantages of the benefits of filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is designed to give you relief from overwhelming debt and the payments that come from the debt. Regardless of where you are in life, you are entitled to financial freedom. The RI bankruptcy center specializes in debt relief, and you can make use of my extensive experience in Rhode Island bankruptcy law.
HOW DOES BANKRUPTCY BENEFIT DEBTORS?
Young people who find themselves buried under a mass of debt can file for bankruptcy before losing opportunities to build credit effectively. A strong financial future can be built after bankruptcy, and young people have the luxury of time on their side. Middle-aged people can get back on track before retirement by filing for bankruptcy, and funding kids’ education can be easier when creditors aren’t constantly calling and harassing you. During the later years, bankruptcy can provide the financial freedom to live life without the worries and stresses that come from mountains of debt. Once debts are discharged or reorganized through bankruptcy, those who file can breathe a sigh of relief. They don’t have to worry about how they’re going to pay the mortgage, car payment and credit card bills all at once, and they’re finally able to relax knowing their financial future is secure.
DOES DEBT AFFECT PEOPLE FROM ALL INCOME BRACKETS?
Debt can affect anyone, whether you’re constantly struggling to make ends meet or if you have a high-paying career. Bankruptcy can provide relief to anyone who is eligible, and our Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyers can help you determine whether bankruptcy is an option for you.
WHAT TYPES OF BANKRUPTCY ARE AVAILABLE?
There are two common types of bankruptcy that can benefit individual debtors:Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. The bankruptcy attorneys in my office specialize in helping people just like you overcome their debt and work toward financial freedom. If you aren’t sure if bankruptcy is right for you, or if you don’t know which type would be more appropriate for your situation, I’ve provided comprehensive information on Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy on this site.
HOW CAN I BEGIN THE PROCESS OF FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY IN RHODE ISLAND?
After reading through my website and deciding that you need the help of a Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyer, please feel free to call me at (401) 490-4900. I will be happy to meet with you and put my experience as a Rhode Island bankruptcy lawyer to work for you. Please feel free to contact my office for a confidential consultation if you don’t find what you’re looking for or if you have questions of a more personal nature.
The law firm of Stephen P. Levesque concentrates in the areas of chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy, and home loan modifications . Our attorneys serve clients throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts including Providence, Cranston, Johnston, Warwick, Seekonk, Attleboro, Fall River and the rest of RI and SE Ma.