At Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC…
You get results – your unsecured debts are gone in most cases
You get affordable legal services
You know the progress of your bankruptcy because we keep you informed
You only have to go to court once (in most cases)
What Can You Expect When You Work With Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC on Your Ch. 7 Bankruptcy in Kansas City?
Most debtors who file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy receive a “discharge”, meaning their unsecured debts (For example: credit card bills, medical bills, promissory notes) are wiped out.
You and your spouse both do not have to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. You can file individually.
You don’t need any minimum amount of debt to qualify for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
There is no maximum amount of debt that can be eliminated in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.
As soon as you file your case with the bankruptcy court, all of your creditors generally cannot sue you, cannot garnish your wages or bank accounts, cannot send you collection letters, or even call you trying to collect their debt.
Generally, you can keep your unsecured property in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy so long as the fair market value of your property does not exceed the amount permitted (“exemption”) for each item of property. You should talk with Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC about what property is considered “unsecured” and the “exemptions” that are permitted in Missouri or Kansas.
Unsecured creditors cannot take any further collection activities against you after your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case is completed.
Generally, your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can be completed in about 4 months after you file your Bankruptcy case (depending on your circumstances)
We are a debt relief agency.
We help people file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy code.
Free Bankruptcy Consultation.
What Are the Steps Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC Will Take in Your Kanas City Area Ch. 7 Bankruptcy?
We will gather all of your financial information and prepare the document to file with the bankruptcy court.
We will prepare your Bankruptcy court filing document (called a “Petition”), which will include the following items:
Schedules of your assets and debts
A schedule of your current income and expenses
A statement of your financial affairs
A schedule of your executory contracts and unexpired leases, if applicable.
We will gather the following additional documents from you and file them with the Bankruptcy court:
A copy of the last two years of your filed federal and Missouri or Kansas tax returns
A copy of any of your federal and Missouri or Kansas tax returns you file during your Bankruptcy case
Your certificate of credit counseling and a copy of any debt repayment plan developed through that credit counseling
Your pay stubs or bank statements showing how much income you had in the 60 days before you filed your Bankruptcy case
A statement of your monthly net income and any anticipated increase in your income or expenses after your Bankruptcy case filing;
A record of any interest you have in federal or state qualified education or tuition accounts.
There will be a meeting of the creditors after your documents are filed with the Kansas City Bankruptcy court. During this creditor meeting, you will tell the bankruptcy court trustee and creditors about your financial affairs and property.After the creditor meeting, your unsecured debts (For example: credit card bills, medical bills, promissory notes) will be gone forever.
We serve the legal needs of the Kansas City Metropolitan area including:
Kansas City Missouri (KCMO), Blue Springs, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Grandview, Raytown, Harrisonville, Belton, Peculiar, Raymore, Pleasant Hill, Loch Lloyd, Leavenworth, Parkville, Platte City, Riverside, Smithville, Claycomo, Gladstone, Kearney, Liberty, North Kansas City (NKC), Kansas City Kansas (KC, KS), DeSoto, Gardner, Leawood, Lenexa, Merriam, Olathe, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, and Lake Quivira.