Filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to keep your assets while putting an immediate stop to creditors’ harassing phone calls and emails. This legal process, however, can be complicated as you have to ensure timely submission of numerous forms. Kaye Law Office PLLC makes this process smooth for you.

What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you face a significant amount of debt, but you have a steady income, and you don’t want to lose your home or any other assets, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be a suitable option to regain control of your finances.

Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows individuals to restructure their debts and develop a plan to repay their creditors over a period of three to five years. Often, the arrangement involves repaying only a portion of the amount due to each creditor.

Personalized Approach to Your Case

Let us review your situation, and we’ll help you determine the ideal strategy to resolve your debt problems and rebuild your financial life. If our attorney deems that filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is, indeed, the best option for you, we will help you come up with a workable repayment plan. Trust us to assist you in consolidating your debts, including credit card balances and overdue mortgage payments, and getting your plan approved.

We understand that facing an overwhelming amount of debt can put you and your family through a tough time. Let our firm make things easier for you.


Our firm is conveniently located in Genesee County, Michigan, next to the 67th District Court in Grand Blanc.  Consultations are confidential. To talk with a lawyer, call us at (810) 226-0203 or complete our online contact form.

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