Losing your job can put an enormous strain on your finances. If you have lost your job and can no longer pay your bills, bankruptcy could be a solution to your financial woes. A skilled bankruptcy attorney can help you understand your debt relief options and the kind of bankruptcy that may be right for you.
Since 1990, Batesky Law Office has represented unemployed Indiana clients who need to file for bankruptcy. Richard Batesky Jr. will meet with you one-on-one to help you through this financial situation. He will answer your questions about how a bankruptcy will affect your unemployment benefits and your assets. He will be a zealous advocate in your bankruptcy.
Contact an Indianapolis job loss lawyer online or call us toll free at (800) 822-2039 for a free initial consultation. We are here to help you reclaim control of your finances.
Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy does not prevent you from filing for unemployment. If you receive unemployment benefits, you can continue to collect payments but they will need to be listed on the bankruptcy petition. This means the bankruptcy trustee can use your unemployment benefits to pay your debts.
Keeping Your Assets
If you are unemployed and filing for bankruptcy, it can be difficult to keep major assets such as a house or a car. At Batesky Law Office, we will discuss asset protection options and work with you to develop a debt management plan that protects your interests.
Contact an Indiana bankruptcy attorney to discuss your unemployment and bankruptcy concerns. We offer affordable repayment plans for our clients seeking debt relief.