Filing for Bankruptcy can be a Scary Proposition.
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Alabama bankruptcy laws provide two chapters of debt relief for those individuals buried in debts they cannot repay. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the more common chapter of the Bankruptcy Code, and provides a quick relief from debts and a fast, fresh financial start, while chapter 13 is a reorganization bankruptcy that will last for 3 to 5 years.
In the 12 months ending September 2012, 10,890 Alabama debtors filed chapter 7bankruptcy in the 3 bankruptcy courts in AL, while 17,634 AL debtors filed chapter 13 in the same bankruptcy courts.
Debtors may get basic information about going bankrupt by reviewing the pages on our website, but if you are ready to learn more about how the bankruptcy laws can be leveraged to help relieve your debts you can schedule a personalized bankruptcy consultation meeting with a local Alabama bankruptcy attorney.