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No creditor has the right to bully and harass you just because you owe them a lot of money. The Unfair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) says that creditors and debt collectors are not allowed to:

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You can file a motion to voluntarily dismiss your bankruptcy case, but the court may or may not approve. Whether or not the court approves the dismissal is determined by the chapter number of the bankruptcy case and the prior history of the debtor in bankruptcy. People who filed for a Chapter 7 b...

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If your Florida business is teetering on bankruptcy, then you are not alone. The market can take a down turn, you lose a few contracts, and the next thing you know, you are swamped in debt. It’s more common than you might think.

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When filing for bankruptcy, your debts will be broken into different sections. Some debts are tagged for priority treatment, and may not be eliminated.

The good news is that medical debt is not among them. In a bankruptcy proceeding, medical bills are treated as unsecured debts. They are no diff...

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If your Florida business is teetering on bankruptcy, then you are not alone. The market can take a down turn, you lose a few contracts, and the next thing you know, you are swamped in debt. It’s more common than you might think.

Fortunately, it is possible in Florida to get a fresh start with a ...

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Not many people are familiar with bankruptcy and for this reason many people are not familiar with bankruptcy terms. “Dismissed” and “discharged” are two terms that sometimes cause confusion for people who file for bankruptcy for the first time or are thinking of filing.

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You have to provide the bankruptcy court with a complete petition when you file for bankruptcy to avoid having your case dismissed. Fortunately, you still have certain legal options that will allow you to protect some of your assets from liquidation when you file for bankruptcy. You can do this b...

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The act of creditors receiving money directly from your paycheck to satisfy a debt is called wage garnishment. Creditors can only do this with permission from a court. Sadly, wage garnishment often sends most debtors into a financial tailspin. Most of the time it is the IRS that garnishes wages b...

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One popular misconception is that most of the people who file for bankruptcy are people of a certain age who have been financially irresponsible for years. That is people who misuse credit cards or people who buy expensive homes, cars and other things they don’t really need with loans that they c...

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Testimonials

2 months ago
I reached out to Mr. Zooberg for information about filing bankruptcy. In the initial call he was very patient and helpful and answered all of my questions, making me feel very comfortable and confident with making the decision to file. His office also offered a very easy and affordable payment plan option, which made my decision to move forward with him an easy one. He explained every step of the process very well so there were no surprises along the way. Being at the end of this process, I can’t believe how simple the process was and I had to leave him a stellar review because good work deserves credit. If you’re ready to make this decision I would certainly recommend his office every time.
- Chad W
a week ago
Peter Zooberg made my filing bankruptcy affordable by offering a payment plan. He was so helpful and knowledgeable that it made a stressful situation much easier. I highly recommend him .
- sandra d
a month ago
I was way over my head with credit cards. Paying off enough to get by until my next paycheck. I would panic and worry about things that cost money to just live. I also have a decent job that pays very well. But I couldn’t get ahead. No matter what I did. With the help from Zooberg law firm, I was finally able to breath easy and actually find a sense of peace of mind- not worrying about debts or things beyond my control. Thank you again for your help and experience with bankruptcy and explaining exactly how it works!
- Brandon G

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Peter Zooberg is a Bankruptcy Lawyer located in Tampa, Florida. He focuses on personal bankruptcy for consumers.

The Zooberg Law Firm was one of the first bankruptcy firms in Florida to offer a Zero Down bankruptcy option. This is typically a Chapter 7 filing and you can find out more about it on our main website.


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