Our experienced Nebraska bankruptcy attorneys understand that finances are tight and we want to provide the path to getting a fresh start that is best for you! If you cannot pay the full amount for a Chapter 7 up front, the following may be options that you qualify for.

File For Bankruptcy Now, Pay Later

You can file your bankruptcy for $335 down with the promise to pay $1,380 ($345 for 4 months) after the bankruptcy is filed. Options for collateral to support this promise include:

  • Paying For Bankruptcy A vehicle with no existing loan worth at least $1,000,
  • Other equipment (a trailer, boat, tools, etc),
  • Your 2020 tax return,
  • Your wage garnishment refund. If a creditor has garnished over $600 from you in the 90 days before filing bankruptcy, you are entitled to a refund!

Fresh Start With $100 Down

If you make $2,000 or more per month, you may qualify to file your bankruptcy for only $100 down! You commit to pay at least $175 per month after the bankruptcy is filed until the amount is paid off (maximum of 12 months to pay $2,100). Contact our bankruptcy attorneys to see if you qualify.

How Our Nebraska Bankruptcy Attorneys Can Help You

Filing for bankruptcy is not a get-out-of-jail-free card, but it may be the right solution for you at this time. Find out by consulting with our experienced Nebraska bankruptcy attorneys. We will review your finances and let you know what we think. We don’t charge for this initial consultation and you are under no obligation to us. You have nothing to lose by filling out our form and reaching out to us, but you may finally find a way to get out from under crushing debt. Take that important first step by contacting us today.

William V. Steffens
Nebraska Personal Injury & Bankruptcy Attorney With 34+ Years Of Experience
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