Las Vegas Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer

Bankruptcy under Chapter 7 is a process in which most forms of consumer debt are completely eliminated. There are no payments in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, however, you must qualify based on your income and expenses. With proper planning, most people keep all of their property, including their home and car.

Millions of individuals and married couples have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to put an end to creditor harassment and have obtained a financial fresh start. You can eliminate:

  • Credit Card Debt
  • Payday Loans
  • Deficiencies on Foreclosures and Repossessed Vehicles
  • Certain Income Taxes
  • Medical Bills

Certain debts are not eliminated in a Chapter 7. Examples of non-dischargeable debts are recent income taxes, alimony, child support, educational loans, debts incurred by fraud, judgments for injuries due to driving under the influence.

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Las Vegas Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney

You may retain your home and vehicles in a Bankruptcy, however, if such property is subject to financing, then you must continue to make the payments and may be required to reaffirm the debt on the vehicle. The Law Office of Rodney K. Okano will guide you through the entire process.

To speak with a Bankruptcy Lawyer about a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, contact our Bankruptcy Lawyer at The Law Office of Rodney K. Okano in Las Vegas, Nevada. For assistance, call (702) 566-3600.

We are a debt consolidation agency. Our Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyer helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Consumer Debt in Clark County, Nevada

Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the State of Nevada allows for generous protection of property. Residents of the State of Nevada (2 years or more) are permitted to keep up to $550,000 in equity in their personal residence (dependent on the length of ownership and other qualifications).

Las Vegas, Nevada Residents may also protect one vehicle up to $15,000 in equity. A married couple may protect two vehicles, up to $15,000 each or $30,000 on one vehicle.

People who file for a Chapter 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada may also protect their 401(k) retirement accounts and most protect all of their household furnishings.

Call to speak with a Bankruptcy Lawyer

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced Chapter Bankruptcy Lawyer in Las Vegas at the Law Office of Rodney K. Okano, call (702) 566-3600 or contact us using our contact form. We have handled more than a thousand cases and are ready to put our specialized experience in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy to work for you.


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