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Utah Bankruptcy Attorney Robert A. Eder, Jr.
I CAN HELP YOU TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE
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 Attorney Robert A. Eder, Jr., I 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 me, Utah and Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorney Robert A. Eder, Jr. I will offer a free consultation, either in-person or by phone, depending on which works better for you.
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STEPS TO FILING BANKRUPTCY
Complete the mandatory credit counseling course. Click here: CREDIT COUNSELING
Schedule a time to review and sign your documents (in person or remotely), and we will then file your bankruptcy case with the US Bankruptcy Court.
Fill out the client worksheet and creditor forms within 2 DAYS of your filing. Click here: CLIENTS
Do I Qualify?
There are many different reasons for needing to file a bankruptcy. While each filing may be for a different reason, there is a similar theme.
Check out our FAQ page for all our commonly asked questions.
Before the filing of a bankruptcy, the court requires that you take a credit counseling course through one of its approved agencies.
What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy And What You Need To Know An individual’s right to file bankruptcy in Utah serves a purpose in our society.
One option available is Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This category of bankruptcy has certain advantages as well as disadvantages you should be aware of.
Second Mortgage Removal
If you own a home & you have more than one mortgage against your home, you may be able to remove your second mortgage & erase it in your case.
Lawsuits & Garnishments
If you are unable to pay a debt, the creditor can file a lawsuit and, get a judgment against you.
Utah Bankruptcy News
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Salt Lake City Resident
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.
Utah Bankruptcy Inc Information
If you owe money to a creditor (credit card, loan, or medical debt, etc.) and you are delinquent on payments, the creditor can sue you in civil court and get a judgment against you. If the creditor can prove that you owe the debt (which it usually can), the creditor will get a judgment from
If you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, you may need to turn over some or all of your tax refund to your Chapter 7 Trustee, depending on when you file your case. A tax refund is an asset in a bankruptcy case, and the trustee will take your tax refund if it is large
No, you don’t have to show up in person to court or a meeting with a trustee. Before COVID, everyone had to attend a Creditors’ Meeting in person (which meant driving downtown, finding somewhere to park, sitting around in a crowded meeting room waiting, etc.). But, ever since COVID, the Court changed its procedures and