How Much Time Will Your Bankruptcy Take to Complete?
When a person files for bankruptcy, they are likely wondering when they can reasonably expect their case to finish. These cases can often become easily complicated and slowed down with requests from the involved parties, making it hard to determine exactly how long it will take to resolve your case. However, there are some relatively standard timeframes that a person can go by.
If you’ve been pushed around by creditors for too long, you may be able to find debt relief through bankruptcy. To discuss your options in further detail with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, contact Florida bankruptcy attorney Ryan J. Really, Attorney at Law, PLLC, by calling (239) 237-0675 today.
How Long Will a Bankruptcy Take?
Bankruptcy proceedings can vary greatly depending on what happens during the process and the person’s situation. There are a number of things that can either speed up or slow down the process. Some general things to be aware of that may affect your bankruptcy’s timeline include:
- Bankruptcies are slowed down when a trustee can’t work efficiently with a debtor
- Bankruptcies are slowed down when creditors offer too many objections
- Most Chapter 7 bankruptcies take anywhere from a few months to a year
- Most Chapter 13 bankruptcies take between 3 to 5 years to complete
This bankruptcy process can be easier to deal with and may take less time if a person has a legal advisor assist them with their bankruptcy.
If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, we may be able to help you get started. For additional information about your options as a debtor, contact Florida bankruptcy lawyer Ryan J. Really, Attorney at Law, PLLC, at (239) 237-0675 today.