When you are faced with overwhelming debt, knowing your options is the first step to taking back control of your finances. When you work with Utah Bankruptcy Inc., we give you the tools you need to determine which option best fits your situation, decide your short-term and long-term goals, and then take the remaining steps toward achieving debt relief. You will work directly with Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorney Robert A. Eder, who will offer a free consultation, either in-person or by phone, depending on which works better for you.
Call 801-265-1836 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a FREE consultation. We will recommend the best option for filing bankruptcy.
Complete the mandatory credit counseling course. Click here: CREDIT COUNSELING
Visit our office to sign bankruptcy documents, then we will file your bankruptcy with the State of Utah and notify you when it's completed.
Fill out the client worksheet and creditor forms within 2 DAYS of your filing. Click here: CLIENTS
I highly recommend Robert Eder and Utah Bankruptcy Inc. for anyone who's even thinking about filing a bankruptcy. They are easy to talk to, know the law and have helped thousands of people seeking advice about filing bankruptcy in Utah.
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Quite often people who are considering bankruptcy are worried that they will lose everything if they file. The answer is “no” you will not lose all of your belongings if you file a bankruptcy. Whether you file a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy you are still allowed to keep most to all of your regular household items. There is no problem with keeping your typical household items such as: ..READ MORE
Will My Medical Debt Affect My Bankruptcy? Anyone who has experienced a serious medical problem knows that the medical charges can be insurmountable. This is especially the case for families that are barely meeting their current monthly expenses. It’s nearly impossible for such a family to be able to manage thousands of dollars in medical debt. This is one of the most common reasons for a person to consider bankruptcy. Those medical debts left unpaid .... ..READ MORE