Kansas City Area Bankruptcy Firm
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Due to unfortunate circumstances, our firm is closing its doors. If you are looking to hire legal representation in Kansas we are currently referring clients to Skinner Law Firm and/or Coons & Crump, if you are looking to hire legal representation in Missouri we are currently referring clients to The Sader Law Firm. Thank you.

Debt Elimination Bankruptcy Firm Serving Kansas City & The Surrounding Areas
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Johnson County Debt Elimination Attorneys

Assistance from Our Kansas City & Johnson County Bankruptcy Lawyers

Facing your debts can be daunting. The often overwhelming thought that you cannot pay your bills and make ends meet can greatly impact you and your family’s quality of life, and having debts hanging over your head can create uncertainty and unnecessary stress.

Don’t face your debts on your own. If you live in Johnson County, Wyandotte County, Jackson County or anywhere in the Kansas City metro area, contact Moore & Associates, LLC for help with debt elimination.

How Can I Eliminate My Debts?

Bankruptcy law allows some debts to be discharged or eliminated upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition. If a debt is discharged it means that the bankruptcy filer is no longer legally liable to pay that debt. In essence, that debt is eliminated.

The types of debts that can generally be eliminated include:

  • Credit cards
  • Medical bills
  • Payday loans
  • Personal loans without a pledge of collateral
  • Overdue utility bills
  • Debts arising from a past car repossession or eviction
  • Debts owed because of a past foreclosure
  • Most lawsuit judgments

Certain back tax debts may also be discharged if your tax returns were filed in a timely manner and certain other criteria are met. To learn more about issues that arise with tax debts, do not hesitate to contact Moore & Associates, LLC.

Are There Debts that Cannot be Eliminated?

Debts that cannot be discharged by filing bankruptcy include:

  • Child Support & Alimony
  • Most Taxes
  • Secured Debts to keep assets - mortgage & car loans
  • Nebraska Furniture Mart
  • Student Loans
  • Criminal & Traffic Fines
  • Unemployment Overpayments
  • Social Security Overpayments

In these cases, our Kansas City and Johnson County bankruptcy attorneys can help you devise a plan to help you pay back what you owe and get you back on your feet.

Call our firm today at (913) 742-8700 to learn more during a complimentary consultation.

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    “Thank you for all your office has done for me so far. I truly appreciate everything. I have new hope for my financial future. Feels good.”

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