Chapter 7 Filing Restrictions

Watch this video to learn about the chapter 7 filing restrictions in Florida. Then call Perenich the Law Firm for a free legal consultation.

Question:

What are the restrictions for filing chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Answer:

Chapter 7 Filing Restrictions Once in a while, I’ll get a question from a client about who’s not eligible for a discharge in a bankruptcy case in Florida. The answer is a little bit complicated but, suffice it to say, generally people who are honest and down on their luck are eligible for bankruptcy. There is a time period restriction – if you’ve filed a bankruptcy case and you’ve been discharged, you can’t file another Chapter 7 bankruptcy case within eight years of the first filing, and there’s a similar time restriction in Chapter 13.

For your case, specific inquiry, I can’t do better than to just encourage you to give us a call. We’ll sit down, go through it with you carefully, and see whether bankruptcy is right for you. We’ve been representing clients for the last 30 years throughout the state of Florida, and we are happy to help.


Are you or a loved one unable to pay your debts and have questions about Chapter 7 filing restrictions? Contact our experienced Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Lawyers at Perenich The Law Firm today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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