Are you facing debt that feels impossible to overcome? Declaring bankruptcy can be a smart choice for debt relief. Colin K. Kurata, Counselor at Law, will assist you in understanding which option is best for your needs. We help consumers and small businesses to reorganize and discharge taxes and debts. We represent both debtors and creditors. Take the first step toward financial security today by contacting our office in Honolulu, HI, for a free consultation.
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy can achieve relief from overwhelming debt and a fresh start for your financial future. With this option, you can stop garnishment and discharge debts quickly, including credit card, medical, and personal loans. We help you keep as much of your property as possible by advising you on which of your possessions are eligible for exemption. Colin K. Kurata, Counselor at Law will determine whether you qualify for this option and help you understand the benefits and drawbacks so you can make an informed decision.
If you have a regular income, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be a manageable choice. You’ll lose none of your property when you file for this option; instead, we’ll help create a payment plan to gradually eliminate your debts. You’ll be able to catch up on car and mortgage payments over a three- to five-year period, allowing you to save your home and keep your other assets.
The staff at the office of Colin K. Kurata, Counselor at Law understands just how stressful this time can be. It may seem impossible to find relief from crushing debt, but you have favorable options that will discharge what you owe and set you on the right track. Our bankruptcy attorneys provide personal attention to create a custom plan of action for your situation. Give yourself peace of mind by turning to our experts for a fresh start.
Colin K. Kurata, Counselor At Law
1001 Bishop St. Suite 2685
Honolulu, HI 96813
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