An emergency bankruptcy filing is sometimes necessary to immediately stop garnishments, repossessions, and foreclosure actions. When emergencies happen, they can wreak havoc on your day-to-day life and interfere with your ability to support yourself and your family. If you have recently lost or are about to lose your home or car, or if your wages are about to be garnished, an emergency bankruptcy stops everything and gets you back in control.

Dennery law can file an emergency bankruptcy petition with only the most basic financial information and documents. After the filing, you will have time to gather more information necessary to complete the petition. Filing for bankruptcy does require some work on your part. But  you can stop collection actions in their tracks by taking three easy steps

Filing an emergency Chapter 7 is especially helpful when your car is about to get repossessed, and to stop wage garnishments or unfreeze your bank account. Learn more about whether Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is for you.

If your car has been repossessed, are facing a foreclosure action, or about to lose your home and need time to catch up on any late payments, we advise you as to the pros and cons of filing a Chapter 13. However,  an accurate assessment is crucial as only 33% of Chapter 13 filers complete their plan of reorganization. Depending the type of emergency, we are willing to draft and file an emergency petition for as little as $250. Learn more about whether Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is for you.