Miami Bankruptcy Attorney | Fort Lauderdale Bankruptcy Lawyer

Miami Bankruptcy Attorney

Are you struggling financially due to credit card debt, medical bills, pay day loans, foreclosures, unsecured loans, wage garnishments, repossessions, judgments, deficiency judgments or any other type of debt? Would you be interested in getting a fresh start financially? If the answer is YES, then filing bankruptcy may be an option for you and Miami Bankruptcy Attorney Ofer Shmucher can help. For immediate assistance please call 305.741.5553 (Miami) or 954.309.5559 (Fort Lauderdale).

Free Bankruptcy Consultation

miami bankruptcy consultationIf you live in the greater Miami or Fort Lauderdale area and would like to like to schedule a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney, in any of our five offices (Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Boca, Sunrise), to find out if bankruptcy is right for you, then please contact us to schedule an appointment.Our consultations are offered free of charge and we offer them in English, Spanish, Creole, and Hebrew. Initial consultations take place in our conveniently located offices throughout Miami, Fort Lauderdale, or Boca Raton. Appointments can take place take place seven days a week, either in our office or a convenient place for both parties. Our clients come first.

Bankruptcy Costs – Fixed Flat Fee

Miami Bankruptcy CostsFor an individual Chapter 7 Bankruptcy filing we typically charge $1,530.00. The $1,530.00 fee includes the filing fee ($335.00) a credit report ($30). We can also offer a flexible payment plan and can begin working on your case with as little as a $250.00 down payment. The fixed flat fee for your bankruptcy filing will include the following:

  • A free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney.
  • Access to a bankruptcy attorney seven days week.
  • An attorney to accompany you to the 341 meeting (meeting of the creditors).
  • Filing suggestions of bankruptcy to stop any pending state court matters.

Chapter 7 Filing Option

Chapter 7 in Miami BankruptcyThe filing of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives the debtor a “fresh start,” and may relieve the debtor from harassing collection calls, garnishment of wages, pursuit of judgments through lawsuits, repossession and foreclosures. Under a Chapter 7 bankruptcy most of your debts will be canceled (discharged) and you will not be subject to a repayment plan. If you live in the greater Miami or Fort Lauderdale area and would like to find out if you qualify for filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy then please contact us.

Chapter 13 Filing Options

Chapter_13The filing of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows the debtor to keep all their property and file a repayment plan, typically three to five years, with the bankruptcy court to pay back all or a portion of your debts. The major benefits of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy are that you can catch up on delinquent payments or in some cases eliminate second mortgages and home equity lines of credit.