If you are a permanent resident or a property owner in the State of Florida, you may be eligible to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Filing Chapter 7 allows you to discharge your debts completely after turning over some of your non-exempt assets. You are eligible for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if your disposable income is below the average household income in the State of Florida. Give us a call if you’d like help determining your eligibility.
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