The Chapter 7 Discharge

One hundred days. That is all that stands between you and a debt-free future. That is all the time it takes to receive a discharge under Chapter 7 bankruptcy. How long have you been struggling with debt? Months? Years? It's time to end the struggle.

Filing Chapter 7 Has An Immediate Impact

Perhaps you are thinking that you cannot deal with creditor harassment for even one more day. Perhaps you have been threatened with foreclosure and you need to stop it now. Even though you will have to wait 100 days for your debt to be discharged, you will feel the impact of filing Chapter 7 immediately, thanks to the automatic stay.

The automatic stay requires that creditors cease all actions against you right away. They cannot call. They cannot send letters. They cannot foreclose or repossess.

Does Chapter 7 Discharge All Debts?

When you meet with me, Tennessee lawyer Ben Sissman, I will be honest with you. Over the course of more than 30 years, I have helped people discharge most, if not all, of their debts through Chapter 7. Some debts cannot be discharged, but I will educate you about how the elimination of all of your other debts will make it easy for you to deal with any remaining debts. All credit card debt and medical bills will certainly be eliminated. Other debts such as student loans, back child support and most taxes are not dischargeable.

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The law office of Ben Sissman is a debt relief agency that helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.