CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY OVERVIEW
Filing a Chapter 13 Fort Wayne, Indiana may be used to pay your creditors. Often unsecured creditors are paid without interest. If your household income is above the median income for the size of you family or if you previously filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy within the last eight (8) years, a Chapter 13 filing is likely to be a solution for you. Even if not required to do so, you may choose to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy in order to cure defaults on your home mortgage and avoid foreclosure. If you are in a foreclosure dilemma, a Chapter 13 filing may be your answer. If you owe back taxes, child support or if you have a substantial equity in your residential real estate that you would like to protect, a Chapter 13 proceeding should be considered. All of these goals can be accomplished with the assistance of a skilled Fort Wayne or South Bend bankruptcy attorney.