Many people are nervous that once their bankruptcy case is filed that the Judge or bankruptcy Trustee might say no, or reject their bankruptcy petition. In short, the chances of this happening are very slim. The attorney’s job is to guide you through the process and assess your entire situation so that the bankruptcy petition filed with the court, whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, is the best fit for you and is in compliance with the rules of bankruptcy law.

Many people are nervous that once their bankruptcy case is filed that the Judge or bankruptcy Trustee might say no, or reject their bankruptcy petition. In short, the chances of this happening are very slim. The attorney’s job is to guide you through the process and assess your entire situation so that the bankruptcy petition filed with the court, whether a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, is the best fit for you and is in compliance with the rules of bankruptcy law.

Most often, the occasions where a case hits a “bump” in the road are those cases where information wasn’t fully disclosed to the court at the outset. We are able to serve you best and provide the most accurate evaluation when we have the most accurate information from you. In those instances, you can expect your case to sail smoothly through court all the way to discharge.

If you are interested in learning about your options through bankruptcy, make an appointment to speak with one of the experienced bankruptcy attorneys at O'Bryan Law Offices today. We now offer free “Life After Bankruptcy” courses to our clients to help them rebuild their credit score. Call us today at 502-400-4020 for a free bankruptcy consultation. Get a Fresh Start today!