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Law Office of Madaen

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Let’s discuss your situation and we can start today. I work tirelessly for my clients sensitive issues for best outcomes. Was just in court with clients and like all clients their restructuring package includes custom solutions, filing fee, credit counseling course, financial management course, credit report, electronic filing, representation in the credit hearing and a fresh start.

Chapter 7

Individuals who reside, have a place of business, or own property in the United States may file for bankruptcy in a federal court under Chapter 7 ("straight bankruptcy", or liquidation). Chapter 7, as with other bankruptcy chapters, is not available to individuals who have had bankruptcy cases dismissed within the prior 180 days under specified circumstances.

See me for consultation if your situation is under time constrains.

Forms Chapter 7:

Voluntary Petition (04/13)
Exhibit "A" | Exhibit "C" | Exhibit "D"
Summary of Schedules
(includes Statisitcial Summary of Certain Liabilities)
Schedule A - Real Property
Schedule B - Personal Property (12/07)
Schedule C - Property Claimed as Exempt (04/13)
Schedule D - Creditors Holding Secured Claims (12/07)
Schedule E - Creditors Holding Unsecured Priority Claims
Schedule F - Creditors Holdings Unsecured Nonprority Claims
Schedule G - Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases
Schedule H - Codebtors
Schedule I - Current income of individual debtor(s)
Schedule J - Current Expenditures of Individual Debtors
Declaration Concerning Debtor's Schedules
Statement of Financial Affairs
Statement of Social Security Number
Statement of Current Monthly Income and Mean Test Calculation
Debtors' Certification of Completion of Instructional Course Concerning Financial Management (12/10)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11 is a chapter of the United States Bankruptcy Code, which permits reorganization under the bankruptcy laws of the United States. Chapter 11 bankruptcy is available to every business, whether organized as a corporation or sole proprietorship, and to individuals, although it is most prominently used by corporate entities. In contrast, Chapter 7 governs the process of a liquidation bankruptcy (although liquidation can go under this chapter), while Chapter 13 provides a reorganization process for the majority of private individuals. Chapter 11 retains many of the features present in all, or most, bankruptcy proceedings in the U.S. It provides additional tools for debtors as well. Most importantly, 11 U.S.C. $ 1108 empowers the trustee to operate the debtor's business. In chapter 11, unless a separate trustee is appointed for cause, the debtor, as debtor in possession, acts as trustee of the business. And many other benefits I can explain in detail as: If the business's debts exceed its assets, the bankruptcy restructuring may result in the company's owners being left with nothing; instead, the owners's rights and interests are ended and the company's creditors are left with ownership of the newly reorganized company.

We will discuss all this and create resolve to your issues.

Chapter 13

Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, codified under Title 11 of the United States Code, governs a form of bankruptcy in the United States that allows individuals to undergo a financial reorganization supervised by a federal bankruptcy court. The goal of Chapter 13 is to enable income-receiving debtors a debtor rehabilitation provided they fulfill a court-approved plan. This is in contrast to the goals of Chapter 7, which offers immediate and complete relief of many oppressive debts. Chapter 13 is a form of debt consolidation. An individual who is badly in debt can file for bankruptcy either under Chapter 7 (liquidation, or straight bankruptcy), under Chapter 13 (reorganization), Chapter 12 (family farmer reorganization), or under Chapter 11 (reorganization of a company, or an individual debtor whose unsecured debt exceeds $360,475.00 and/or whose secured debt exceeds $1,081,400.00).

Forms Chapter 13:
Summary of Schedules
(includes Statistical Summary of Certain Liabilities)
Schedule A - Real Property
Schedule B - Personal Property (12/07)
Schedule C - Property Claimed as Exempt (04/13)
Schedule D - Creditors Holding Secured Claims (12/07)
Schedule E - Creditors Holding Unsecured Priority Claims
Schedule F - Creditors Holdings Unsecured Nonprority Claims
Schedule G - Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases
Schedule H - Codebtors
Schedule I - Current income of individual debtor(s)
Schedule J - Current Expenditures of Individual Debtors
Declaration Concerning Debtor's Schedules
Statement of Financial Affairs
Chapter 13 Plan
Statement of Social Security Number
Statement of Current Monthly Income and Mean Test Calculation
Debtors' Certification of Completion of Instructional Course