Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

You may have fallen behind on your car or house payments. Maybe you can repay some but not all of your debts. A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a voluntary repayment plan or personal reorganization that can help you build a better financial future.

At Koenig|Dunne, we understand financial hardships are difficult on you and your family. We have more than 35 years of experience helping people find debt relief through bankruptcy. Our Nebraska bankruptcy attorneys can construct a plan whereby you can level the playing field with your creditors.

Depending on your situation, you may need to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy, can help you:

  1. Stop a home foreclosure
  2. Stop a vehicle repossession
  3. Pay income tax debt without penalties and interest
  4. Pay only a portion of your unsecured debt without penalties and interest
  5. Pay past due child support or alimony

In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases, you make monthly payments for a period of 3 to 5 years. You retain all of your property, including, but not limited to, family home, vehicles, furniture, and retirement accounts. In a Chapter 13, you propose a plan on how you are going to repay your debts. Our knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys will construct a debt solution that is right for you.

Contact our office to schedule a consultation to determine how to achieve a better financial future through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.