A Chapter 7 North Carolina filing provides for a complete liquidation/forgiveness of most of your outstanding debts while allowing you to many times keep your home, car and much more. Not only will the harrassing phone calls from debt collectors stop, but you will be able to rebuild your life and financial future.
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Filing for Bankruptcy
While it is possible to file a bankruptcy without the advice of an attorney, it may be difficult to do so successfully. It is recommended that a person considering bankruptcy consult with a competent attorney prior to filing a case.If you are considering filing bankruptcy without an attorney, you will be known as a self-represented (“pro se“) filer. As a self-represented filer, you are provided every right entitled to you under the law.
Self-represented filers are expected to follow and abide by the rules that govern the practice of law in the United States Federal Courts. Self-represented filers should be familiar with the United States Bankruptcy Code, the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure and the Local Rules of this court.