Will I Have to Go to Court?

Altamonte Springs, Florida, Bankruptcy Lawyers

At the Price Law Firm, we understand that the bankruptcy process may seem intimidating and overwhelming if you are not familiar with it. Many complex details must be properly addressed to help you get the fresh start you need.

Our Orlando bankruptcy lawyers can be extremely helpful as your case moves through the bankruptcy process. We will make sure you are fully prepared for every step and will deal directly with your creditors so you don’t have to. To learn more about bankruptcy, including whether you will need to attend court, contact us for a free consultation.

Will You Have to Appear in Court During Your Bankruptcy?

Many people are afraid that they will have to appear in court during their bankruptcy case. However, most people never see a courtroom, a judge, or creditors during their bankruptcy. Instead, the only thing that most people must do is appear at the Meeting of Creditors. The Meeting of Creditors takes place in a room with you, your attorney, and someone called the bankruptcy trustee. It is a very relaxed setting where a number of issues concerning your bankruptcy will be addressed, making the situation much clearer as you move forward. The Meeting of Creditors generally lasts three to five minutes and creditors almost never appear.

We will represent your interests during the Meeting of Creditors and make sure you are completely prepared for the minimal role you may have. Whether you are filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, we will move your case through the process as quickly as possible so you can begin rebuilding your credit.

To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer, call 407-834-0090.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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